Articles From Kelly Thames Bennett

Mr. President, What Will You Do for Woman Suffrage? Happy 100th Anniversary of the Ratification of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution By Kelly Thames Bennett Women and the Law, August 2020 A look at the history of the 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution on the 100th anniversary of its ratification.
International Women’s Day afternoon tea at the Langham By Kelly Thames Bennett Women and the Law, April 2019 On March 8, 2019, the ISBA Standing Committee on Women & the Law Committee hosted our third annual celebration of International Women’s Day over afternoon tea at the Langham Hotel in Chicago.
2018 ISBA Awards Ceremony By Kelly Thames Bennett & Melissa Burkholder Women and the Law, October 2018 An overview of the 2018 ISBA Awards Ceremony.
Why I support the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment By Kelly Thames Bennett Women and the Law, May 2018 Kelly Thames Bennett writes about the history of women's rights and why she supports the Equal Rights Amendment.
Julie Johnson – Selected for CBA, Alliance for Women, Alta May Hulett Award By Kelly Thames Bennett Diversity Leadership Council, June 2017 We were honored and excited to have our nominee, our committee’s Chair, recognized by the Chicago Bar Association’s Alliance for Women, Alta May Hulett Award.
Julie Johnson – Selected for CBA, Alliance for Women, Alta May Hulett Award By Kelly Thames Bennett Women and the Law, May 2017 We were honored and excited to have our nominee, our committee’s Chair, recognized by the Chicago Bar Association’s Alliance for Women, Alta May Hulett Award.
Community Service Day—Teen Living Programs By Kelly Thames Bennett Women and the Law, June 2016 On Saturday, April 16, 2016, a group of committee members and some very helpful members of their families spent the morning helping Teen Living Programs (TLP) prepare their gardens and lawn for spring.
It’s the Money, Honey: Money Smart Week 2016 By Kelly Thames Bennett Women and the Law, June 2016 On April 25, 2016, Women & the Law Committee member Kristen Prinz presented at “It’s the Money, Honey,” the seminar that focused on EARN: wage equality.

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