Pepper Hamilton LLP writes, "For the first time in its 126-year history, Pepper Hamilton on Nov. 18 elected an all-female class of lawyers to the ranks of partner and of counsel, the firm’s chairman announced.
'Today is a special moment for Pepper Hamilton,' said Thomas M. Gallagher, chairman of t
Norah O'Donnell writes, "Few teams have been as glorious on the soccer field as the United States Women’s National Team. They’ve won three World Cups, four Olympic gold medals, and set the standard in the most popular sport on the planet. But despite their achievements, the players say they have be
Jessica Nordell writes, "In 1893, Matilda Joslyn Gage — firebrand, women’s rights activist and co-founder of the National Woman Suffrage Association — was arrested for trying to vote in a school board election upstate New York. Voting while female was illegal, and Gage went to trial. That same year,
Ronald D. White writes, "The gig: From her office on the second floor of the Marion Davies Children's Health Center at UCLA, Dr. Yvonne Bryson works the phones in her role as protocol co-chair for a global health study on treating babies early for HIV infection. 'We have a number of infants enrolle
Suzie Elliott writes, "And stopped trying to blend in with those I looked up to.
From the film industry to the White House, diversity is a hot topic across the country. Although attention rightly remains focused on the big social, political, and legal discussions of race, gender, and religion, I’d