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The First 100 Women Lawyers in Mississippi
The First 100 Women Lawyers in Mississippi
by Nautilus Publishing


 
Hardback.

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Oxford, MS: Nautilus (2020)

Hardback.

"This is a must read for anyone interested in Mississippi history - it is a treasure trove of fascinating stories. Reading this book about the lives of these incredible women - the first 100 women lawyers - was a moving and humbling experience. I am in awe of their accomplishments and reading their stories is a reminder of the debt of gratitude we owe these trailblazers." - Joy Lambert Phillips, 100th Mississippi Bar President and First Female Mississippi Bar President

"This inspiring collection of the life and career stories of the first one hundred women in Mississippi offers both a window into the past and a beacon for the future, revealing just how far women lawyers have advanced in the legal profession. With each story, you discover how these women made their way through law school and up the career ladder, as they marched toward improved gender equality in the profession and beyond. It is a must-read for anyone considering a legal career, but especially for the young women who will benefit from the trails blazed by the women highlighted in this remarkable production." - Tiffany M. Graves, Past Mississippi Bar Women in the Profession Committee Chair



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