The newsletter of the ISBA’s Standing Committee on Women and the Law
June 2012, vol. 17, no. 4
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In This Issue…
- Chair’s column
A message from Committee Chair E. Nicole Carrion.
- The effect of gender in a judicial race
It is nice to be able to report that in some of Illinois’ more recent judicial races, gender is not a controlling factor.
- Is reform a reality for women in Saudi Arabia?
This article provides some background on the Saudi Arabian political and legal systems and on the possibilities for future reforms to expand women’s rights.
- Book review: Made to Stick. Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die
As lawyers, the ability to sell is important. We work as salesmen when we try to retain clients or when we try to encourage a judge to “buy” our argument.
Photos from the Women and The Law's April 26th program.
Balancing the Scales
May 11 - Chicago
Transgender Students: Law and Practice
May 24 - Chicago
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