This Year's Past Events
The Women and the Law Program and the Office of Public Interest invited students, staff, and faculty to see Sovereignty, a play depicting the intersections of personal and political truths, historic and present struggles through the eyes of a young Cherokee lawyer fighting to restore her Nation’s jurisdiction while fighting with ghosts of her past.Read more
Wondering what gender courses will be offered next semester? Stop by for the Commons one-on-one course advising.Read more
Get career advice from practitioners working at the intersection of gender and immigration law. Find out about academic, pro-bono, and volunteer opportunities that will prepare you for practice in this field.Read more
Women's Law and Public Policy and Reproductive Justice Fellowship Programs
For LLM students studying Gender and Law and Women's Human Rights
The Women and the Law Leadership Award recognizes the extraordinary accomplishments of alumnae who made significant contributions to the field of law and their service to the law school. This year, the program honored Lisa Dewey ’93 and her commitment to pro bono work and access to justice.Read more
Skagen, Arps, Slate, Meagher and Flom LLP will be hosting panel discussion with female attorneys discussing the steps they take out to where they are today.
Are women’s rights under threat? What ’s really at stake? What do the Trump administration’s promises , proposals, and policies mean for women in the US and abroad ? How do we connect women’s rights with other justice movements?