By Ms. JD Weekly Roundup • November 30, 2007•Women and Law in the Media
FdL County District Attorney's Office Hires 2 Female Attorneys
The Fond du Lac County District Attorney's Office has more female than male prosecutors for the first time ever.
Female law-firm head: 'Not a big deal'
Nina Gussack, chairwoman of Pepper Hamilton, is the only woman to head a large law firm in the Philadelphia region.
Right Judge for Sex Case Investigation?
Edith Jones, Chief Judge of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, heads up investigations into Judge Samuel Kent's "sexual harassment" of former case manager amid criticism that she is overly "lenient."
Red Cross Ousts Its President; Chief Lawyer Steps In
Lawyer Mary Elcano, Red Cross general counsel, steps in as interim president and CEO as well.
You Can’t Say That on Television ... or the Internet
More coverage of the AutoAdmit scandal.
A New Definition of Feminine
Interesing discussion about how lawyer Hilary Clinton might be disliked because "she is a woman who defies traditional gender roles."
4 Years For Punching Woman Lawyer
Man attacks female prosecutor in England during court and is sentenced to four years in prison.
CSS Grad Now International Lawyer Named One of Country's Most Powerful Women
Diana Juriscevic, international criminal lawyer at the Hague, namd one of the 100 most powerful women in Canada.
Malaysia-Born Female Lawyer Is Australia's New Climate Change Minister
Penny Wong, the first Asian-born woman senator in Australia, gets new post.