Celebrating Women’s History Month 2022


“We must continue to amplify women’s voices and experiences in the legal profession because although more women are attending law school than ever, women are underrepresented in leadership positions and positions of power in the profession, including on law school faculties. It’s also important to continue to examine the ways intersectionality affects the experiences of women of color. Despite awareness, women continue to occupy ‘pink ghettos’ and are expected to perform uncompensated ‘gendered’ tasks. And while we must continue to highlight these issues, it’s past time for us to move from words to action to ensure that women’s experiences are equitable, and we are able to thrive.”

— Professor Renee Nicole Allen