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“Free Justice” Inventing the Public Defender, Barbara Babcock, Criminal Justice Magazine, Vol. 27, No. 2, Summer 2012, pp. 26.
Patience Milrod, author (with M.Schwartz and S. Brandt) of the article that launched Barbara Babcock on the Foltz biography (Clara Shortridge Foltz: Pioneer in the Law, 27 Hastings L. Rev. 545) gave this introduction at the Bell Tower Club in … Continue reading
Photos of Barbara Babcock giving a book talk at Politics and Prose bookstore in Washington, D.C., on Saturday, September 24, 2011. Photos taken by Angela Davis.
A hundred years later, a trailblazer gets her due, by Kristina Horton Flaherty, California Bar Journal, June 2011. One hundred years after she helped women win the right to vote in California, Clara Shortridge Foltz, the state’s first woman lawyer, … Continue reading
Mueller formally elevated to Sacramento’s federal district court The Sacramento Bee, March 12, 2011
Recommended Sources: “Barbara Babcock, Woman Lawyer: The Trials of Clara Foltz“ Second Class Justice [web log comment]. Retrieved from http://www.secondclassjustice.com/?page_id=252 (Feb. 28, 2011)
DoubleX Book of the Week: “Woman Lawyer” by Barbara Babcock By Dahlia Lithwick, Slate Magazine, Feb. 11, 2011.
Barbara Babcock on her book Woman Lawyer: The Trials of Clara Foltz Rorotoko, January 26, 2011
New book: A Force for Change: Beatrice Morrow Cannady and the Struggle for Civil Rights in Oregon, 1912-1936. Author: Kimberly Mangun Publisher: Oregon State University Press Date: 2010. As the book’s Introduction starts: “Beatrice Morrow Cannady was one of Oregon’s … Continue reading
New DVD: Title: Beatrice Morrow Cannady [videorecording] / a co-production of Oregon Public Broadcasting and the Oregon Historical Society. Imprint: Portland, OR : Oregon Public Broadcasting, c2007. Note: “Beatrice Morrow Cannady was a leading African-American civil rights activist in Portland … Continue reading