Tag Archive: gender

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The Way We Treat Powerful Women Is Telling

The New York Times published an article earlier this week about sexist criticism of powerful women – in particular, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Kellyanne Conway. This article followed on the heels of a disciplinary complaint filed against Kellyanne by 15 legal ethics professors, who allege that she violated the DC bar’s rule against “dishonesty, fraud, deceit, or misrepresentation.”

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How Law Schools Confront Gender Bias in the Law

This might just be a Florida Man thing, but according to a Florida Bar Association survey of women lawyers under the age of 36 (or in their first five years of practice) almost half could recount some instance of gender bias.

This is sad. But the future might be brighter. Law schools are trying to play a positive role in advancing women lawyers and dealing with prejudice and stereotypes.

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Logical Reasonings / 11.12.14

PreLaw Magazine honors 25 law schools for their innovative clinics. PreLaw

It seems law schools are becoming more accepting of transfer students. The American Lawyer

A new Stanford study has some ideas on how to close the gender gaps at law schools. Stanford News

TestMasters and Test Masters are in some kind of legal battle. Better just stick with Blueprint. National Law Journal

Usher’s new single is available exclusively in Honey Nut Cheerios boxes being sold at Walmart. So if you thought art was dead… you were right. Billboard