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Aug

17

NAWJ WASHINGTON DRAWS YOUNG WOMEN TO PIERCE COUNTY TO INSPIRE THE NEXT GENERATION TO PURSUE CAREERS IN LAW

In Washington state, like many other places in the country, there is what is known as the "gavel gap," where the racial and gender make-up of the judicial branch don't reflect the people who walk into the courtroom. Continue Reading

May

09

NATIONAL CENTER FOR STATE COURTS ANNOUNCES NAWJ PAST PRESIDENT JUSTICE DANA FABE ITS 2017 RECIPIENT OF THE SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR AWARD FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF CIVICS EDUCATION

Former Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Dana Fabe has been named recipient of the 2017 Sandra Day O'Connor Award for the Advancement of Civics Education, presented annually by the National Center for State Courts. Continue Reading

Written by Karen Donohue | News

Apr

11

NAWJ PRESENTS EQUAL ACCESS TO JUSTICE SCHOLARSHIP TO LEWIS AND CLARK LAW SCHOOL STUDENT MARTHA IZENSON

On April 11, 2017, NAWJ Past President Judge Julie Frantz (pictured photo above, right) presented an NAWJ Equal Access to Justice Scholarship to law student Martha Izenson (pictured photo above, left) at the Lewis and Clark Law School.  Continue Reading

Written by Karen Donohue | News

Oct

16

WASHINGTON PRESENTS IMPRESSIVE 'FACES OF JUSTICE' JUDICIAL CONFERENCE FOR NAWJ'S 2016 ANNUAL MEETING IN SEATTLE

From October 5-9, 2016 over 300 judges, attorneys, government officials, academic and legal experts convened for NAWJ's 38th Annual Conference, Faces of Justice, in Seattle, Washington. Continue Reading

Sep

08

NAWJ ANNOUNCES THE HONORABLE KAREN DONOHUE 2016 RECIPIENT OF JUSTICE VAINO SPENCER LEADERSHIP AWARD

The Honorable Karen Matson Donohue is this year's recipient of the Justice Vaino Spencer Leadership Award. Continue Reading

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