Berkeley Women's Law Journal: A Powerful Force at Twenty

Kay, Herma Hill
May 2005
Berkeley Journal of Gender, Law & Justice;2005, Vol. 20, p1
Academic Journal
Presents information on the "Founders' Roundtable" anniversary issue of the "Berkeley Women's Law Journal (BWLJ)." Challenges being faced by women law students and their description on how the journal became their refuge; Mission of BWLJ; Overview of the articles included in the anniversary issue.


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