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Women and the LawThe newsletter of the ISBA’s Standing Committee on Women and the Law

January 2007, vol. 12, no. 2

In This Issue…

  • From the Chair
    The past several months have been busy ones for the ISBA and for the Standing Committee on Women and the Law—and, more generally, for the celebration of women in the practice of law and women in the judiciary.
  • Presumed equal: What America’s top women lawyers really think about their firms
    During our third year of law school, we stumbled upon a dated edition of a guide entitled Presumed Equal, which summarized women’s experiences at large law firms.
  • An invitation to all to take a “Darrow Day”
    What, you may ask, is a “Darrow Day?” It is not delaying or deferring living a full, rewarding, joyful life while we put “more grain in the barn”
  • Hot topics in domestic violence
    The ISBA Committee on Women and the Law presented a comprehensive program entitled, “Hot Topics in Domestic Violence,” on Friday, September 8, 2006, at the Chicago Athletic Association.

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