Women and the Law Division
On this day in 1920, the 19th Amendment was proclaimed as part of the Constitution of the United States, giving women the right to vote.
How do you let a client go, and how do you ethically recover fees from ex-clients? This CLE has all the answers.
A recently published roundtable discussion features input from several seasoned female attorneys who work in the predominately male arena of patent litigation.
Two opportunities are coming up for members to volunteer and prepare meals for The Julian Center and Eskenazi's Embrace Program.
How much power does a name hold? One study shows that for female lawyers, it can make a big difference.
The Women and the Law Division of the Indianapolis Bar Association creates opportunities for professional and personal connections among women engaged in the legal profession; provides training and philanthropic opportunities for its members and other members of the bar; recognizes outstanding female attorneys who serve as pioneers and mentors; and serves as a presence and voice for women attorneys in the community.
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A Message from the Division Chair
The Women and the Law Division of IndyBar is made up of a diverse group of attorneys and law students who seek both professional and personal fulfillment from the Division. The Division is open to all IndyBar members. The WLD plans a wide range of events that allow our members to build professional relationships, to volunteer with charitable organizations, to advance their careers, and to fulfill their continuing legal education needs. I encourage you to become involved with the Division by joining the Division, by attending WLD events, by joining the Executive Committee, or by joining one of our special planning committees that are open to all members of the Division. Please share any ideas you may have for events with any Executive Committee member as we welcome all input. We look forward to sharing new events with you this year and hope you can become active part of our membership.
Christina Clark - 2014 Women & the Law Division Chair - Wabash National