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Debra Pogrund Stark of the John Marshall Domestic Violence Clinical Advocacy Program awarded the ISBA Excellence in Legal Education Award for 2016 By Sherry A. Mundorff Women and the Law, August 2016 Our Committee nominated The John Marshall Domestic Violence Clinical Advocacy Program for the ISBA Excellence in Legal Education Award for 2016.
Spotlight on Women and the Law Committee members By Alice Sackett Henrikson and Sherry A. Mundorff Women and the Law, February 2014 Learn more about members Patrice Ball-Reed, Sherry Mundorff and Letitia Spunar Sheats.
Covenants not to compete: Recent changes in the law By Sherry A. Mundorff Women and the Law, October 2012 In determining whether a covenant not to compete clause is valid the courts will look to a three-prong test. First, the limitation on the employee must be necessary to protect the legitimate interest of the practice. Second, the limitation would not impose a hardship on the practitioner signing the contract. Third, the scope of the limitation is reasonable.

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