Matt Apuzzo and Jennifer Steinhauer write, "Loretta E. Lynch, who was confirmed Thursday as attorney general, will meet with local police officers nationwide this summer as she tries to strike a new tone for the Justice Department amid a roiling controversy over the use of lethal force, aides said."
Jennifer Weiss-Wolf writes, "Earlier this year, On the Ground posted my article highlighting how lack of ability to afford feminine hygiene products can compromise the health, productivity and dignity of low-income women and girls in the United States. While the challenges of managing menstruation f
Rebecca Onion writes, "Olive Rose was elected to the office of Register of Deeds in Lincoln County, Maine, in 1853. In the Annals of the town of Warren, Maine, her election rated a ceremonial mention: 'On the 30th of May, the town showed its regard for female rights, in respect to holding office, by
Sarah Kaplan writes, "Is science finally becoming friendlier to women? Wendy M. Williams and Stephen J. Ceci think so. As the co-directors of theCornell Institute for Women in Science, they have spent much of the past six years researching sexism in STEM fields. And according to their latest study,
Today’s world requires attorneys not only to be expert lawyers, but also to be multi-faceted, strategic, and motivational leaders who engage themselves, their teams, and their organizations to achieve at the highest level possible. On March 5th 2015, the National Association of Women Lawyers® (“NAW