Centennial Events at New England School of Law

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This year the New England School of Law celebrates its centennial.   It was founded in 1908 as a women’s law school.   The school’s website (here) lists   some of the great events planned to mark the occasion, including lectures by Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, Justicie Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Professor Martha Fineman (Emory), Professor Virginia Drachman (History, Tufts) and a panel discussion featuring four female chief justices of state supreme courts: Margaret Marshall (Massachusetts), Christine Durham (Utah), Ruth McGregor (Arizona) and   Leah Ward Sears (Georgia).   What a great way to celebrate!

-Bridget Crawford

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