Debra Cassens Weiss write, "An expectant mother who plans to take the Illinois bar exam a month after she gives birth to her child has been denied extra time to breast pump. Kristin Pagano, a California lawyer who recently moved to Illinois with her husband, plans to breastfeed her newborn. Her due
Florence Martin-Kessler writes, "On the bright summer morning of Sept. 9, 2001, I picked up the newspaper from my Brooklyn doorstep, just as I did every Sunday. I was 29, newly wed and relocated from Paris. One of the headlines in the magazine caught my eye: 'Great Expectations.'
In the article entitled It Is Critical for Women and Minorities to Find Mentors, Sponsors Passante writes, "For me, many of the most rewarding professional relationships have been built in women's networks and organizations, especially the National Association of Women Lawyers.
NAWL Member and GCI11 Co-Chair Mimi B. MacDonald writes, "Becky Halstead, the first woman in West Point history to graduate and achieve a promotion to general officer and the first woman in United States history to serve as a commanding general in combat, thoroughly impressed the audience at the
Bob Egelko writes, "The U.S. Supreme Court is one-third female, an all-time high. California’s legal profession has also reached historic levels in gender diversity — nearly one-third of the state’s judges and 40 percent of its lawyers are women.
The state Supreme Court, all-male for its first 128