Welcome to the Women's Law Association

The Women's Law Association (WLA) is a student-run, SBA-approved organization with the goal of providing a diverse feminist forum for WCL students. WLA is concerned with the legal, social, cultural, educational, and political issues facing women on both the domestic and international levels and within the law school community. Our programs include activities such as panel discussions with professors, attorneys, government officials, and members of the NGO community, networking and volunteering opportunities, and mentoring programs for students.

Apply for the WLA Summer Scholarship!

The Women’s Law Association invites you to apply for the 2009 WLA Summer Scholarship.  All 1L, 2L, or 3L part-time WCL students with an unpaid internship in gender issues are welcome to apply.  This scholarship, raised entirely by the WLA Board and Membership, will be in excess of $1,000 and is compatible with an EJF Grant.

More information will be provided later in the semester.

 

PAST EVENTS

Listen to a Question and Answer Session with Judge Dolores Sloviter from the Third Circuit Court of Appeals here.

Thursday, October 23, 2008.

WLA production of the Vagina Monologues raised $2,800 for the Tahirih Justice Center

Thursday, February 14 and Friday, February 15 at 7:30pm in Room 603.

Watch our Networking Skills Workshop!

Networking for Women: Skills Workshop Podcast

Networking for Women: Skills Workshop Webcast