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Take Back the Blog!

The Take Back the Blog! Blogswarm supports the rights of women to participate fully in all aspects of our society, including specifically online in the world of blogging but indeed everywhere and at all times, day and night, without fear of harassment, intimidation, sexual harassment, online stalking and slander, predation or violence of any sort. More information and highlights from participating blogs is available on Crablaw. For prior coverage on the topic of online harassment on Ms. JD, look here.

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Were You At Ms. JD’s National Launch?

Ms. JD had its national launch at Yale Law School’s Legally Female Conference this Saturday, March 31. Were you there? If so, we would love to hear from you. Send us your thoughts, reactions, something that inspired you, or something you took issue with. But have no fear: if you were not at Legally Female, we still want to hear from you. We will be posting videos of the conference, so check out the amazing women who came and shared their stories, advice, and experiences.

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Adjudication Without Representation?  Panel Discusses High Court’s Clerks

Diversity among the Supreme Court’s clerks was the subject of a panel recently at New York University School of Law. Inspired by an article that appeared at the start of this year’s term (Linda Greenhouse, Women Suddenly Scarce Among Justices’ Clerks, N.Y. TIMES, Aug. 30, 2006, at A3), students in Law Women, the Latino Law Students Association, and the South Asian Law Student Association, with the support of the Coalition for Legal Recruiting, decided to put together a night to address diversity on the Court. The panel featured five former Supreme Court clerks: Professor Cristina Rodríguez (Justice O’Connor), Professor Rachel…

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