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Ms. JD Weekly Roundup

Ms. JD Weekly Roundup: Week Ending February 6, 2009

Making a Strong Case for Women Lawyers Women Lawyers Are Happier Outside of BigLaw, Survey Says Women in Law: A New Mentoring Program in Calgary is Trying to Stem the Tide of Female Lawyers Leaving the Profession Silverdale Attorney Diane Russell New President of Women Lawyers Chapter Is the Work-Life Balance Tipping in Work's Favor? Flextime Adds Up in a Down Economy Woman's World: Making Law a More Woman-Friendly Career Choice  

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Ms. JD Weekly Roundup

Ms. JD Weekly Roundup: Week Ending January 30, 2009

Secretary of State Clinton Meets Afghan Women Lawyers President Obama Signs the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act into Law Female Lawyers Focus on Two Educational Events, One in Washington, D.C. Fair Pay Bill Eases Way for Gender Pay Suits Jones Day Hosts Women Afghan Lawyers and Judges New Madison County Associate Judge, Elizabeth Levy, Hopes to Specialize in Family Law GE, Former Attorney Lorene Schaefer Settle Discrimination Suit

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Ms. JD Weekly Roundup

Ms. JD Weekly Roundup: Week Ending January 23, 2009

Senate Passes Pay Discrimination Bill Speed Networking Lunch for Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association State Department, Private Organization to Host Afghan Women Lawyers Attorney Caroline Kennedy Drops Bid for Senate Seat, Citing Personal Reasons Kenyan Judge, Lady Justice Aluoch, Elected to Global Criminal Court Afghan Women Learn Here to Oversee Justice at Home

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Ms. JD Weekly Roundup

Ms. JD Weekly Roundup: Week Ending January 16, 2009

Women in eDiscovery and National Association for Women Lawyers Host Charity Event in New York City Being Uncomfortable, Milking Goats, and Making Partner Advice for the Lawlorn, by Ann Israel, the Legal Profession's Dear Abby Top Labor Lawyer, Cynthia Jacob, Takes an Artful Turn as Student and Teacher La. Lags Nation in Women Judges Lawyer Gina Rubel Honored by National Italian American Political Action Committee with Special Achievement Award in Legal Communications and Media

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Ms. JD Weekly Roundup

Ms. JD Weekly Roundup: Week Ending January 9, 2009

Nexsen Pruet Attorney Molly Highes Cherry Named to SC Women Lawyers Association Board Fusty Image and Poor Pay Put Women Off Being Judges in the United Kingdom Los Angeles Superior Court's First Female Assistant Presiding Judge, Lee Edmon, Balances Work, Family, Civic Activities Spencer Crain Selected for Minority & Women-Owned Law Firm Honor German Women, Including Many Lawyers, Disappointed by Job Discrimination Act Working Mother Founder, Carol Evans, Looks Ahead, Discusses Michelle Obama as a Mother and Lawyer

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Ms. JD Weekly Roundup

Ms. JD Weekly Roundup: Week Ending January 2, 2009

Women Partners Weigh in on Chief Justice Controversy Memorial Service Scheduled for Attorney Pamela Dunn Salem Author Traces the Path of Women in Legal History Holly J. Fujie to Chair Judicial Selection Group for Senator Dianne Feinstein The Height of Feminism?  Or do High Heels Demean Women as Sex Objects? Letter to the Editor: "No, a woman should not be our secretary of state." No Trousers for Female Lawyers in Malta

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Ms. JD Weekly Roundup

Ms. JD Weekly Roundup: Week Ending December 26, 2008

Indian President Patil Speaks About Women Empowerment at National Conference of Women Lawyers and Law Teachers on Justice for Women Ann Rieger Ready for Challenge of Leading Davis & Kuelthau SC Single Mother Latina Alston Perseveres to Earn Law Degree Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer to Female Lawyers: Wear High Heels, Embrace Your Femininity Study: Female Partners in D.C. Law Firms Take More Part-Time Hours Than Male Counterparts Maltese Labor Leader Muscat Says Legal Notice Discriminates Against Female Lawyers Mothers Earn Less Than Other Lawyers: Study Women Partners Slowly Increasing

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Ms. JD Weekly Roundup

Ms. JD Weekly Roundup: Week Ending December 19, 2008

Australian Lawyers Told to Explain Male Stranglehold Over Rank of Senior Counsel Women Partners Slowly Increasing Is There a Glass Ceiling for Female Lawyers in Australia? Former Judge and Prosecutor Joan Huffman Takes Texas Senate Dist. 17 Seat in Runoff What Will It Take to Crack the Glass Ceiling?  Minneapolis Attorney/GLBT Activist Amy Johnson Named New Head of OutFront Minnesota Veteran Litigator Christina Guerola Sarchio Joins Patton Boggs LLP Justice Virginia Margaret Bell: From Barrel Girl to Australian High Court Judge Aromatherapy, Chocolate and Designer Handbags; Brooklyn Women's Bar Focuses on Giving for Holidays

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Ms. JD Weekly Roundup

Ms. JD Weekly Roundup: Week Ending December 12, 2008

Parting Advice from New York's Top Judge, Chief Judge Kaye, but No Mention of Controversy Over Successor Nigeria: Female Lawyers Condemn Violence Against Women More Women Than Men Face Retrenchment in Legal Firms Daddy Daycare: Growing Number of Men Become Househusbands Excerpt from 'Michelle: A Biography' Chief Judge Kaye Says Goodbye at Brooklyn Bar Association's Annual Dinner  

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Ms. JD Weekly Roundup

Ms. JD Weekly Roundup: Week Ending December 5, 2008

Lack of Women on List to Replace Retiring Chief Judge Judith Kaye Criticized Qatari Women Aspire to be Legal Eagles Travis' First Women Prosecutor, Edith Roberts, 76, Died Monday After a Pioneering Legal Career Hunton & Williams LLP Appoints Mary Nash Rusher Raleigh Office Managing Partner Lawyer M. Teresa Paiva-Weed First Woman Backed for Top RI Senate Post Weil Gotshal Elects Seven to Partnership - One Woman is Entering as a Flex-Time Partner

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