KatieDay

Webinar: Speak Up: Advocating for Yourself and Your Career

On April 4, 2019, Ms. JD board member, Katie Day hosted a webinar featuring career consultant/ author/ speaker Debbie Epstein Henry that focused on how to be an advocate for yourself and how to advocate for your career. What are some tips for asking for a raise? How do you self-promote? Are you effectively growing your network? Watch below to find out! About Debbie Epstein Henry Debbie Epstein Henry is an expert, consultant, best-selling author and public speaker on careers, workplaces, women and law.  For 20 years, hundreds of news outlets have featured her work including The New York Times, NBC Nightly News, National…

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KatieDay

Webinar: Speak Up: Finding Your Voice and Taking Charge of Your Career

On March 6, 2019, Ms. JD Board Member Katie Day sat down with Jodi Flynn, Executive Coach and Founder of Women Taking the Lead for a webinar on speaking up. In this webinar, Jodi shares three stumbling blocks to speaking up and provides practical solutions. Want to learn more about speaking up? Join Ms. JD on March 14-15 at the University of Pennsylvania School of Law for "Speak Up" our 11th Annual Conference on Women in the Law. Have questions about the stumbling blocks Jodi discusses? Want to pick her brain? Shoot her an email at jodi@womentakingthelead.com.  About Jodi Jodi Flynn of…

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Announcing the 2018 Ms. JD Honors Recipients!

We are thrilled to announce the recipients of the 2018 Ms. JD Honors Awards! Sharing Her Passion Award - To a woman who has practiced for more than ten years who is inspiring younger women lawyers through sponsorship, mentorship, and sharing her passion for the practice. Awardee: Leslie Richards-Yellen Women's Strength in Numbers Award - To two or more women who have partnered with one another to create a unique program, business, or organization. Awardees: Enieda Roman and Betty Francisco with the Latina Circle Road Less Traveled Award - To a woman who is using her J.D. in a unique, non-traditional, way to pursue an issue or cause that…

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Announcing the Ms. JD NWLSO Leadership Academy Class of 2017!

On September 22-23, 2017, Ms. JD will host our inaugural NWLSO Leadership Academy at Harvard Law School in Cambridge, MA!   We have an outstanding group of law students that make up our inaugural class. All have shown a commitment to elevating the standing of women in the legal profession and exceptional leadership skills. For more information about the Leadership Academy, click HERE. Please join us in congratulating the Ms. JD NWLSO Leadership Academy Class of 2017! Alexis Soto, Barry University, Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law Ashleigh Thornton, Stetson University College of Law Ayesha Haq, University of Cincinnati College of Law Ayisha McHugh, Columbia…

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KatieDay

ABALCC #LegalCareerChat Featuring Ms. JD’s President, Raychelle Tasher

On June 28th, Ms. JD joined ABA Legal Career Central for a #LegalCareerChat featuring Ms. JD President, Raychelle Tasher. Raychelle shared her tips for taking on leadership roles as a new lawyer or law student, how she got involved in the ABA and Ms. JD, and advice for those interested in clerking. Check out a recap of the chat below!   [View the story "#LegalCareerChat Featuring Ms. JD's Raychelle Tasher" on Storify]  

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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Apply to be part of Ms. JD’s NWLSO Leadership Academy!

  We've extended the deadline to apply for the NWLSO Leadership Academy until WEDNESDAY AUGUST 9th!  Ms. JD's National Women's Law Students Organization (NWLSO) Leadership Academy is Ms. JD's initiative created to further its mission of supporting and improving the experiences of women law students.  The Leadership Academy will build a national network of women's law association leaders empowered to lead their law student organizations, leveraging ideas and inspiration from their new connections with other law student leaders.  Additionally, the leadership academy class will provide participants with tools to develop professional skills to help them succeed and serve in leadership…

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SAVE THE DATE! Join Ms. JD on June 11th for a Kendra Gives Back Party!

We're excited to announce that Ms. JD has partnered with Kendra Scott to host several Kendra Gives Back Parties on Sunday, June 11th! Enjoy sips and sweets while you shop for a cause. 20% of all proceeds will go to Ms. JD! Find a location near you and RSVP below! If there isn't a location near you, don't worry, Kendra Scott will be offering free shipping to anyone who calls in to a participating store to support Ms. JD! Locations Kendra Scott at the Summit Birmingham, AL Sunday, June 11 | 1pm-4pm CT RSVP Kendra Scott Bethesda Row Bethesda, MD Sunday, June…

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KatieDay

Tips to Survive #LawSchool Finals

As a fellow law student, I understand just how stressful finals can be. Try as we might, there really isn't a way to alleviate all the pressure, but there are a few ways to make finals time a bit more bearable. I've rounded up a few resources from Ms. JD and across the web that have helped me make it through finals, and I want to share them with you! Check them out below, and if you have any to add, leave me a comment! Can’t Keep Up? 10 Easy Life Hacks That Will Save You Time During Finals Season:…

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Attention Writers- Apply to be a Ms. JD Journalist!

Are you interested in becoming involved with Ms. JD? Do you happen to enjoy writing and maybe even already write for our blog? If your answer to both questions is "YES", then we'd like to invite you to become a Ms. JD Journalist! The Ms. JD Journalists is a group of writers who will be responsible for writing posts, articles, and other content for Ms. JD. Journalists will be asked to commit to a period of either 6 months or 1 year, during which they agree to be “on call” to write about topics which have been identified as topics of…

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New Positions Available for Ms. JD’s NWLSO Leadership Council!

Ms. JD is home to the National Women Law Students’ Organization (NWLSO), a national organization dedicated to connecting and empowering women law students.  Through NWLSO, Ms. JD connects with existing women’s law student organizations and helps create NWLSO chapters and affiliates on law school campuses. More information on NWLSO and the resources it provides is available here. To further the development of women law students and the leadership pipeline, Ms. JD is expanding NWLSO by establishing a NWLSO Leadership Council that will provide national leadership opportunities for law students dedicated to advancing women in the law. All positions will function as…

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