The Women Trailblazers in the Law Project is a public service program of the American Bar Association’s Senior Lawyers Division and Commission on Women in the Profession that we’re guessing many of you haven’t seen.
If you haven’t, you should, because they’re amazing.
Each interview captures the oral histories of women pioneers in the legal profession nationwide, memorializing their stories in their own voices and preserving their experiences and observations for future generations.
The women who entered the legal profession in the 1960’s and earlier faced blatant discrimination and a variety of unique challenges and dilemmas. It is this history that Women Trailblazers in the Law is preserving – as told by the women who lived it.