By Ms. JD Weekly Roundup • December 06, 2007•Women and Law in the Media
Lawyer Elana Gatt sues her $27,435 wedding florist--read the complaint and answer
Lisa Neubauer set to become first female judge on the District II Court of Appeals in Wisconsin.
Michelle Martz-Bowles, a lawyer with the Maryland Public Defender's Office, launches the Amos Foundation to help those incarcerated who have innocence claims
Erin Callan, former tax lawyer at Simpson Thacher, transitioned her legal skills into investment banking.
Kate Brown, a candidate for Oregon's Secretary of State with a 16-year legislative career, is awarded the President's Merit Award by the Oregon State Bar.
A 10-step program to getting disbarred: San Antonio lawyer Mary Roberts accused of "extorting $155,000" from four of her lovers.
Debra Stephens appointed to Washington's Supreme Court.
Elizabeth Gastelum, a third-year law student at Southern Illinois University aspiring to practice disability law, receives Women's Bar Foundation Scholarship
Kim L. Kirn, a trained mediator, talks about her career in Alternative Dispute Resolution.
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