1092 ABA Journal Women in the Law articles.
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State high courts, chief justices issue racial injustice statements
A growing number of state chief justices are issuing public statements following the death of George Floyd. Many of the…
Jun 18, 2020 4:33 PM CDTfiled a $200 million lawsuit against Jones Day for alleged gender bias.
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Judge winnows claims in sex bias suit against Jones Day
U.S. District Judge Randolph Moss has tossed some claims and allowed others in a sex discrimination lawsuit filed by former…
May 20, 2020 4:21 PM CDT
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“In a world where multiple sexual orientations and gender identities are becoming more accepted in mainstream culture, it seems past time for the ERA to finally become law,” writes Oklahoma lawyer Adam Banner.
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First black female Harvard Law grad dies from novel coronavirus
The first black woman to graduate from Harvard Law School has died after contracting COVID-19. Lila Fenwick graduated from the…
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“It’s very important that as women, we have leadership roles in the law. … If we’re not participating, if we’re not in leadership roles, our voices aren’t being heard, and our experiences aren’t being taken into consideration,” says Rebecca Dallet, who spent nearly 11 years as an assistant district attorney in Milwaukee County in Wisconsin.
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