Symposium Round-Up: “Gender and the Legal Profession’s Pipeline to Power”

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Here’s a round-up of my posts relating to the “Gender and the Legal Profession’s Pipeline to Power” Symposium held at Michigan State University College of Law.  The posts are spread among the Legal Ethics Forum, The Faculty Lounge and this blog.

Three Student Reactions to “Gender and the Legal Profession’s Pipeline to Power”

“The Pipeline to Power For Women Lawyers in Michigan”

Paula Monopoli on “Gender Equality and Legal Academia”

Involving Men in the Conversation

Gender Equality: From the Boardroom to the Electorate

Nancy Gertner Just Rocked My World

Judge Nancy Gertner on “How the Courts Have Repealed the Civil Rights Act”

Gender, Race and the Judiciary @MSU Law Symposium

“Gender and the Legal Profession’s Pipeline to Power” Symposium Under Way at MSU

Deborah Rhode on “Women and the Path to Leadership”

Linda Greenhouse on “Is the Pipeline Half Full or Half Empty?”

Pre-Symposium Thoughts on “Gender and the Legal Profession’s Pipeline to Power”

Serving as the Symposium’s “live blogger” was a first for me, and I’ll be attempting to collect my thoughts about both the program and blogging’s relationship to academic conferences in a forthcoming essay in the Michigan State Law Review.

-Bridget Crawford

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