How offended will they be if we moon them?
Please sell tickets to their deaths.
I'm middle-aged and conservative. I am in favor of women dressing professionally and modestly. That being said, the "client" should have no say in how women dress around him, and his "sensibilities" should not be considered. If seeing women's hair, or legs, or whatever, offends him, let him go blindfolded.
That is exactly what she should have suggested to him, rather than give in to his insistence that she wear a hijab in his presence.
Furthermore, does anyone think that she would dress like an Amish woman if her client were an Amish man? Would she dress like an Orthodox Jewish woman if her client were an Orthodox Jew? How would she have reacted if her client were a fundamentalist Pentecostal Christian who believes women should grow their hair long and wear it up, wear no makeup, wear dresses, and wear no jewelry? Would she agree to dress that way, and insist other women in the courtroom follow suit? (Actually, can you imagine how outraged she'd probably be at the very suggestion?)
Mushbrain. If I were in the courtroom I'd wear red every day, just to make sure her client could see me and see I was not dressed according to his dictates.