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Saudi Arabia licenses its first women lawyers

Oct 23, 2013, 05:20 pm CDT

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If a country really has Rule of Law, then their women don’t need to be guarded/“accompanied”.

By Tyrone on 2013 10 24, 7:47 am CDT

They just need a male guardian to drive them to court still

By tim17 on 2013 10 24, 8:49 am CDT

@ 2: Actually, that may be changing soon.

By BMF on 2013 10 24, 10:32 am CDT

Welcome to the 20th Century…

By RJP11 on 2013 10 25, 8:59 am CDT

It’s a big step in the right direction.  They still have a long way to go.

By SH on 2013 10 25, 9:04 am CDT

Unfortunately, HRH King Abdullah is 90-ish and the crown prince is less progressive.

By Russell on 2013 10 25, 11:36 am CDT

Better late than never, that’s what I always say.

Wait. Can I ever say that about adult women? In any context? I must meditate on this.

(Notably, in the Hebrew Scripture, “meditation” is more like “rumination,” something a cow does with its food, akin to rechewing the same idea over and over and over again. Really Old Testament meditation has nothing to do with Buddhist meditation, except that occasionally a fresh insight may be tasted.)

I really should stop commenting before I read these articles. I’m so bad!

By Tom Youngjohn on 2013 10 25, 2:15 pm CDT

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