By Liz Vaysman • November 26, 2012•Law School
Editor's Note: This post was written by Farrah Champagne, a second-year law student at American University Washington College of Law who covered Ms. JD's Fifth Annual Conference on Women in the Law.
Women and the Law Program Hosts Dynamic Fifth Annual Ms. JD Conference Designed to Cultivate New Women Leaders
This fall, American University Washington College of Law hosted the Ms. JD: Fifth Annual Conference on Women and the Law. The dynamic, full-day conference was themed She Leads, and was designed to cultivate the next generation of women leaders.
The Women and the Law Program at the law school co-organized the conference hosted by Ms. JD, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization dedicated to the success of women in law school and the legal profession.
Women from around the country gathered at the law school to learn about the progress and challenges of students and young lawyers. The participants heard from inspirational speakers, met top lawyers, and attended valuable break out sessions. Two male advocates also attended and spoke about bridging the gap between men and women in the legal profession.
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