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CLE# 2010-009: But Can She Type? Reflections on the Early Years of the Anchorage Association of Women Lawyers

Credits: 1.0 General

Date: Thursday, October 21, 2010


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The Historians Committee of the Alaska Bar Association

presents the annual Bar Historians Luncheon

 

Some questions, some answers, some challenges.
Why did a group of women attorneys in Anchorage in the mid-1970’s decide to organize as a separate professional organization?
Who were they? How did the legal profession respond?
What did they seek to do? Did they accomplish anything?
The panel members -- joined by women attorneys in the audience -- will help to answer these questions plus
your questions about this "bit" of history of attorneys in Anchorage.


Faculty:
  • Jessica Carey Graham, Vice President, Anchorage Association of Women Lawyers, Moderator

  • Judge Elaine Andrews (Ret.), Anchorage Superior Court

  • Judge Karen Hunt (Ret.), Anchorage Superior Court

  • Linda O’Bannon, O’Bannon Law Office


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