March is Women’s History Month: Titles on Women & the Law

March is Women’s History Month.  The Library takes this opportunity every year to celebrate “Women and the Law” with books the Library owns on the topic highlighted in the first floor display case.  Some of the titles displayed there this year are:

Baer, Judith A.,  Women in American Law: the Struggle Toward Equality from the New Deal to the Present.

Blakely, Susan Smith, Best Friends at the Bar: the New Balance for Today’s Woman Lawyer.

Brown, Anne Murphy, Legally Mom: Real Women’s Stories of Balancing Motherhood & Law Practice.

Craig, Judi, Women Attorneys Speak Out! How Practicing Law is Different for Women than for Men.

Epstein, Phyllis Horn, Women-at-Law: Lessons Learned Along the Pathways to Success.

Fletman, Abbe F., The Woman Advocate.

Kuersten, Ashlyn K., Women and the Law: Leaders, Cases, and Documents.

Lockwood, Karen M., The Road to Independence: 101 Women’s Journeys to Starting their Own Law Firms.

Salkin, Patricia E., Pioneering Women Lawyers: From Kate Stoneman to the Present.

Sherman, Lisa G., Sisters-in-Law: An Uncensored Guide for Women Practicing Law in the Real World.

Slotkin, Jacquelyn Hersh, It’s Harder in Heels: Essays by Women Lawyers Achieving Work-Life Balance.

Snyder, Theda C., Women Rainmakers’ Best Marketing Tips.

If you would like to look at any of the titles on display, please inquire at the first floor reference desk.