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We're Looking for new Members for the WLD Executive Committee!
Posted on: Nov 7, 2017

The Women and the Law Division of the Indianapolis Bar Association is in the process of selecting its Executive Committee members for 2017.  We currently have an active Executive Committee, which meets monthly in order to plan and execute social events, educational programming and community service initiatives. 

Calling all Mentors! Nominate a Colleague for the 2018 WLD Mentorship Award
Posted on: Nov 7, 2017

In 2017, the WLD recognized a need to honor female attorneys who are on the path to becoming trailblazers while also demonstrating a commitment to mentoring others. Not only are these women the future leaders in the legal profession, but they are making a concerted effort to help mentor and train additional future trailblazers

Women & the Law Division Executive Committee Meeting October Minutes
Posted on: Nov 2, 2017

Take a look at what's happening at the March WLD Executive Meeting. Thank you to our Secretary, Lucy Dollens, Quarles & Brady LLP, for this month's minutes!

Women Make up a Third of Recent Equity Partner Classes in BigLaw, Survey Finds
Posted on: Oct 2, 2017

Women lawyers in the nation’s top law firms make up nearly a fifth of equity partners, but the numbers could improve as women make up a greater percentage of new equity partner classes.

A Judge Wants a Bigger Role for Female Lawyers. So He Made a Rule.
Posted on: Oct 2, 2017

It is common for judges to publish guidance for lawyers who appear in their courtrooms on how to conduct themselves with regard to minor matters like how and when to file motions. But on Wednesday, Jack B. Weinstein, a senior federal judge in Brooklyn, used this typically mundane process to address an issue of growing concern to many in the legal profession: the lack of female lawyers in leading roles at trials and other court proceedings.

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