Women in the Profession CommitteeCreated in 1989
To assess the status of women in the legal profession; to identify barriers that prevent women lawyers from full participation in the work, responsibilities, and rewards of the profession; to develop educational programs and materials to address discrimination against women lawyers; and to make recommendations to the State Bar Board of Directors for action to address problems identified by the committee.
Moving Forward: How Women in the Profession Can Stay Visible with Clients, with Their Firms, and in the Legal Community
Post-Covid, our committee will focus on developing new ideas and new energy. Using data from our Covid Impact Survey, as well as the ABA's Practice-Forward Survey, we will focus on resources and tools we can provide to women in the profession to increase our visibility, individually and collectively. These tools will build on prior networking events, publications, resources, speaking engagements, and continued professional service.
March 6 CLE:
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March 8 International Women’s Day Meet -Ups Across Texas:
March 29 Rough Road to Justice Virtual Book Club:
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Books and Articles
Advocating for Texas Women Lawyers
What Do Attorneys Need Now to Succeed?
Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
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