Women’s leadership in academia: Georgia Law session January 5 at AALS meeting in San Francisco

Women’s roles will be the focus of the University of Georgia School of Law Roundtable Discussion on Women’s Leadership in Legal Academia from 5:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday, January 5, 2017, at the annual meeting of the Association of American Law Schools in San Francisco. This brainstorming session for women law professors, clinicians, or librarians  who are … Continue reading Women’s leadership in academia: Georgia Law session January 5 at AALS meeting in San Francisco

WILIG honored to co-sponsor March 3 IntLawGrrls! 10th Birthday conference

As one of the co-chairs of WILIG – the Women in International Law Interest Group of the American Society of International Law – my excitement about the March 3, 2017 10th birthday conference in honor of IntLawGrrls should be obvious. I’m thrilled to celebrate this infusion of ILGrrl energy into the state of Georgia. For … Continue reading WILIG honored to co-sponsor March 3 IntLawGrrls! 10th Birthday conference

Georgia Law launches women’s leadership initiative: “Georgia WILL”

I’m very pleased to reprint this announcement of an important Georgia Law initiative, available in its pinkest form here and at the Exchange of Notes blog of our Dean Rusk International Law Center here. IntLawGrrls: see below March 3 and stay tuned this week for more details. In celebration of its own women leaders and … Continue reading Georgia Law launches women’s leadership initiative: “Georgia WILL”

In US and across globe, 105th anniversary of International Women’s Day

Today’s the 105th anniversary of International Women’s Day. Inspired by speeches at an International Conference of Working Women the year before, in 1911 Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland set aside a day in March to honor women’s demands for equality. Each year more countries joined in. The arrest of suffragist Sylvia Pankhurst during a London … Continue reading In US and across globe, 105th anniversary of International Women’s Day

Day One of the Apocalypse, . . . er, Resistance

We awoke this morning deluged with news of the inauguration, impossible to avoid and perhaps even harder to comprehend.  For many of us, a feeling of nausea mounting since November has given way this morning to full-blown morning sickness, but without any bundle of joy at the end of it.  As I grapple to deal with … Continue reading Day One of the Apocalypse, . . . er, Resistance