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Feminist Law

ABA Commission on Women in the Profession
www.abanet.org/women/home.html

This ABA Commission was created in 1987 to assess the status of women in the legal profession and to identify barriers to advancement. In pursuit of its mission, the Commission develops programs, policies, and publications. The Commission publishes a quarterly newsletter, Perspectives, that provides career-building tips, political and legal developments that affect women in the law, and profiles of women lawyers.

The National Association of Women Lawyers
www.abanet.org/nawl/

The ABA sponsors the National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL). Founded in 1899, NAWL is a national voluntary legal professional organization devoted to the interest of women attorneys. Its website serves as an educational forum. NAWL publishes a national directory of women lawyers.

Women in the Legal Profession
http://womenlaw.stanford.edu/

This website is a project of the Keck Center on Legal Ethics and the Legal Profession at Stanford Law School. Deborah L. Rhode, Professor at Stanford Law School and chair of the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession, posts much of her work on this site. Included are model policies and reports, bibliographies, links to related websites, and statistical information. Available on this site is the ABA report, Balanced Lives: Changing the Culture of Legal Practice.

Feminist Jurisprudence List
Femjur@lists.washlaw.edu

To subscribe to a discussion list on feminist legal theory, access http://lists.washlaw.edu/mailman/listinfo/Femjur/

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