The purpose of this book has been to set out our argument that an implicit relation exists between the disciplines of psychology and law and that it is one that works to the disadvantage of women. Is it possible to counter such a robust alliance? We believe so, and this last chapter will explore options for doing that. Feminist critique in any academic discipline leads almost inevitably to calls for theoretical and practice-based reform. Once epistemological assumptions begin to be reconceptualised, agitation for change at the levels of method and practice naturally follow. We will consider reformulations at both levels in this chapter, but first it is useful to reflect briefly on the themes that have emerged across the domains we have examined.