By Ms. JD Weekly Roundup • January 02, 2008•Ms. JD, Ms. JD Weekly Roundup
Sallie Ruperti Springmeyer, one of the first women lawyers in Nevada and the oldest of the state's lawyers, dies at the age of 104.Lady litigator: Hicks first female lawyer at Goddard & Gamble
Diane M. Hicks becomes the first woman attorney to be hired in that capacity with the all-male law firm of Goddard & Gamble.
Linda Addison, one of only 17 women to make the "100 Most Influential Lawyers in America" list, is profiled.
Lawyer Cynthia Lummis, a former Wyoming state treasurer and Republican state legislator, will run for the U.S. House of Representatives in Wyoming.
Kathy Morante pursues a new role helping some of Nashville's worst juvenile offenders.
Chief Judge Ann Callis of Madison County institutes reforms to stem the flow of tort suits in Madison County.Lawyer-on-the-Lam Goes to Jail
Flouting ethics and integrity, Florida attorney Jessica Miller is incarcerated for running off with $28,155.99 of her clients' money.
In other news of legal ladies we'd rather not claim, Kumari Fulbright, a law student at the University of Arizona, is charged with kidnapping and tortuing an ex-boyfriend.
Jennifer Klein leaves her law firm in Austin to dedicate herself to a music ministry.
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