Last year’s Federalist Society National Lawyers Convention featured few women. Out of 110 people listed on the program, looks like only 10 women participated, and 3 of them were “moderators” rather than speakers. One of the all-male panels convened around Intellectual Property law, a subject area in which there is a huge number of successful women law profs and practitioners. Half of the Leiter Citation Index IP Law “Top 10” are female. Yet none of the five panel participants were. This doesn’t look accidental to me.