Ms. JD Weekly Roundup

Ms. JD Weekly Round-up: Week Ending March 23, 2012

The Ms. JD She Leads Leadership Article of the Week:  Have you thought about which framework you use for your feminist leadership?  Here are a few suggestionsEditor's Note: The Ms. JD She Leads Article of the Week is part of Ms. JD's ongoing preparation for our Fifth Annual Conference in Washington, DC.  For more details, click here.)

Catalyst has a new report out about improving women's position in media as experts and how to build your own thought leadership.

Turning to your career, 10 Rules for Brilliant Women because we know you all are!

Congratulations to our partner, Levo League, on their relaunch this week!  We can't wait to see more women "elevate to exec."

Your next job application may not require a resume?  No, we're serious.  Read up on a growing phenomenon.

On Forbes, Views from an Alpha Male on the one hand agreeing women have to work ten times as hard; on the other hand saying that if you have to, you're in the wrong career or organization.  We will confess to being a little confused especially given this Washington Post article which describes the only job on Wall Street where women earn more than men: Personal Care.

The ABA rejected a requirement that Law Schools report grad's salaries.

Two Great Summer Opportunities - the Equal Justice Works Corps and the NAWL-Prudential Internship.  Deadlines are approaching so put this at the top of your "to do" list.

Congratulations to the Winners of this year's Latham & Watkins Diversity Scholarships including Ms. JD Writer in Residence Atticus Lee!

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