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A moderated panel discussion focusing on the experiences and outcomes of women candidates in the 2018 midterm elections, followed by a hosted networking reception.Find out more »
Purpose. Women Lawyers of Alameda County (WLAC) established the Margaret A. Gannon legal education stipend fund to provide financial assistance to help offset some of the costs of a bar review course (or related study materials) for law students and graduates who are preparing to take the July 2019 California Bar Exam. Eligibility. Individuals eligible to receive a WLAC Margaret A. Gannon legal education stipend must: (1) join WLAC before or at the time of submitting a stipend application (Membership…Find out more »
If you don’t think there is enough diverse representation in our courtrooms, or if you believe there is a shortage of women trial lawyers, change it by being there. If you don’t think you have the skills to try a case, take this program. This training will be available twice this year in February and July. You can take either one. Learn the skills and get into court through our BASF and JDC pro bono programs.TOPICSDevelop trial skills in an…Find out more »
As the sun goes down and the lights come up, we will enjoy a stunning view of Lake Merritt with good food, thematic beverages and partake in collegiality!
This event is free to Members (Non-Member cost is $15), but we need a head count, so RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 4.Find out more »
WHAT ARE THEY THINKING? HOW WOMEN ARE PERCEIVED AS DECISION MAKERS AND HOW TO CHANGE IT Please join the San Francisco Department on the Status of Women, Queen’s Bench Bar Association of the San Francisco Bay Area, and the San Francisco Public Library for a panel and discussion examining issues facing women in the role of decision maker. FREE and open to the public. Register at: https://what-are-they-thinking.eventbrite.comFind out more »