The newsletter of the ISBA’s Standing Committee on Women and the Law
May 2010, vol. 15, no. 3
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In This Issue…
- Is nice a four-letter word?
Does being considered a nice person mean you can't also be a successful, effective attorney?
- Letter to the editor
A letter from a reader of The Catalyst.
- Spring into action by volunteering—The Court Watch Project
An explanation of the Court Watch project, which seeks to improve the justice process for survivors of domestic violence.
- Women Everywhere: A spirit of collaboration
Join WE's efforts to make a difference in the community and in the lives of women and children in need by volunteering on June 11, 2010 for the annual Agency Day Project.
- Beware Blockshopper.com: A call to action
A call for all those in opposition to the practices of Blockshopper.com to speak out against it.
- Women in the criminal justice system—Justice delivered or denied?
A recap of the February CLE program sponsored by the Standing Committee on Women and the Law.
- Women Everywhere: Partners in Service Project, Inc.: www.wechicago.org
Details for WE's Agency Day on June 11, 2010
- ISBA celebrates women in the profession
A reprint of the keynote address given at the ISBA's luncheon, "Celebrating Women in the Profession: Reach Out and Build Our Future."
Housing Justice v. Housing Injustice: How Unfair Housing Practices Keep Segregation Intact- Part 1
January 25 - Online Course
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