By Ms. JD Weekly Roundup • November 23, 2007•Women and Law in the Media
Hope you all had a great Thanksgiving!
Law Students Sue Authors of Online Posts
Two female Yale law students sue anonymous AutoAdmit posters
Occidental President Decides to Step Down
Susan Prager, former dean of UCLA Law School, resigns from her post as president of Occidental College
NC Bench Incumbent Will Face Law Prof in '08 SC Vote
Wake Forest Law Professor announces candidacy for contestable bench spot on North Carolina Supreme Court
18-Year-Old Kathleen Holtz Passes the California Bar
Probably fresher at work the next morning than most other new associates who passed the bar, Kathleen Holtz becomes the youngest lawyer in California (and maybe the entire U.S.)
Women Lawyers to Watch
The Wall Street Journal announces its 50 Women to Watch, including some lawyers
Controversial U.S. Attorney Gets New Post
Claiming she was singled out for her conservative and religious views, Rachel Paulouse, a U.S. Attorney in Minnesota, is reassigned days after Michael Mukasey takes up his new job as the Attorney General.
Front-Page Work Demands Your All, Warns Veteran
Big-shot Australian lawyer skeptical of mixing flex-time schedules with professional success
Ex-Lawyer Loves Life in the Ring
Former female lawyer turns out to be excellent amateur boxer--undefeated after 10 fights.
Woman Lawyer to be HC Judge
First woman judge in the Punjab and Haryana High Court in India elevated to the bench