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Alma Mater: Clara Foltz and Hastings College of the Law

Alma Mater: Clara Foltz and Hastings College of the Law by Barbara Babcock 21 Hastings Women’s Law Journal 99 (2010) “Clara Foltz once called herself a “sort of mother” at Hastings.  But her child was unruly and ungrateful in its … Continue reading

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Agents of (Incremental) Change: From Myra Bradwell to Hillary Clinton

“Agents of (Incremental) Change: from Myra Bradwell to Hillary Clinton” by Gwen Hoerr Jordan 9 Nevada Law Journal 580 (2009) “In this Article, the author asserts that after the Civil War, when the race and gender hierarchies that ordered American … Continue reading

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A Conversation Among Legal Biographers

In the most recent issue of Focus on Law Studies, there is a feature entitled, “A Conversation Among Legal Biographers.” Both Jill Norgren (Belva Lockwood’s biographer) and Joan Biskupic (Sandra Day O’Connor’s biographer) are interviewed in the article. Norgren describes … Continue reading

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Carol Los Mansmann

The Fall 2007 issue of the Duquesne Law Review is a special issue focusing on the life and work of the Honorable Carol Los Mansmann (Judge on the US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit). The contents of the … Continue reading

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New Face of Women’s Legal History

The Akron Law Review (Volume 41, No. 3, 2008) has a special symposium issue dedicated to the “New Face of Women’s Legal History.” The articles include: “Introduction to the Symposium” by Tracy A. Thomas “The Ladies’ Health Protective Association:  Lay Lawyers … Continue reading

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