Women Lawyers: Talking About and Tackling Inequity in a Demanding Profession
- Thursday, September 24, 2020
- Judy Amorosa, JD `05, LLM `05; Colette Pollitt, JD `00; Kwamina Thomas Williford, JD `00; Meghan Berglind, JD `00 (Moderator)
Law School Alumni Affairs
You are cordially invited to a Cornell Law School digital presentation.
Cornell Law School Alumni Association and the Mary Kennedy Brown Society Present: Women Lawyers: Talking About and Tackling Inequity in a Demanding Profession
The number of women in the workplace is significantly higher now than it has ever been in history. And when it comes to the legal profession, women outnumber men in law school classrooms around the country. Despite these gains in the classroom, women represent only 34% of practicing attorneys and are even less represented in the highest echelons of the legal profession. What are the reasons for this persistent under-representation? How do the demands and expectations that the legal profession and society at large place on women factor into the equation? Join our panel of women lawyers as they share their experiences and best practices for navigating these real inequities in a proactive, positive and productive manner.
Thursday, September 24, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 PM EDT
Maria Fernandez, JD '92, VP, Head, Ethics & Compliance, Direct Energy
Judy Amorosa, JD ’05, LLM ’05
Assistant US Attorney, U.S. Department of Justice
Colette Pollitt, JD ’00
President, Colette Pollitt, P.C.
Kwamina Thomas Williford, JD ’00
Partner, Holland & Knight LLP
Meghan Berglind, JD ’00
Of Counsel, Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell LLP
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