The Loss of Nelson MandelaThe National Association of Women Lawyers joins the world in mourning the loss of Nelson Mandela. He was an icon for equality and justice and the world is a better place for his having lived. May he rest in peace.
NAWL files amicus brief in the Maine Supreme CourtNAWL filed an amicus brief in the Maine Supreme Court in support of Ms. Clark, who obtained a protection order against a man who threatened to post private photographs of her on a website designed to encourage other men to contact her. NAWL's brief describes the impact of non-physical acts of abuse
NAWL releases Report on Second SummitsNAWL releases Report on Second Summits. In separate meetings in Chicago, San Francisco, and New York, these Summits brought together law firm leaders, including managing partners and chairs of Women's Initiatives, General Counsel, bar association presidents, and consultants to revie
November is a month that reminds us to be grateful for the many blessings in our lives. During this month, it is worthwhile to take stock of all that we have rather than focus on what we do not. As President of NAWL, I have had extraordinary opportunities to meet lawyers from across the country and participate in the most uplifting and inspiring events. Recently, NAWL held its 9th Annual General Counsel Institute. The theme was resiliency and it was highlighte…
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