Ms. JD Weekly Roundup

Ms. JD Weekly Roundup: Week ending February 13, 2015

This week we learned that the pay gap is closing -- for women bringing in over $6 million in business.

Do you find yourself doing the bulk of the office housework? You aren't alone

When drafting, it is tempting to include every fact, argument, and idea that could possibly help your client. Here's why you should always keep in mind that No One Wants to Read Your Legal Writing. On the topic of drafting, finding just the right way to phrase an email can be tricky, check out these scripts from The Muse for those tough work emails.

Is there a class you wish you had taken in law school? Law schools are now offering intensive programs in areas like accounting and corporate finance to make sure their graduates are business literate.

The Center for Reproductive Rights and Justice at Berkeley Law has published the first-ever legal casebook on reproductive rights law. With access to abortion and birth control a high-profile issue for television news networks, we'll likely be hearing a lot about reproductive rights as we head into 2016. 

We're set to see more female superheroes, thanks to the efforts of 11-year-old Rowan.

Almost a year ago, Boko Haram kidnapped more than 200 girls from their school. Glenna Gordon's Boko Haram Project captures the belongings they left behind in a haunting reminder of how many families lost loved ones.

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