Women in the Profession
The Commission serves as a catalyst for change to help women lawyers surmount the barriers they still confront through numerous informative and cutting-edge initiatives and its prestigious Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award.
Women Rainmakers Committee
The mission of ABA Women Rainmakers is
- to educate professional women about marketing and business development,
- to provide mentoring opportunities for members, and
- to provide networking opportunities to build personal and professional relationships.
ABA Women Rainmakers’ home is in the ABA Law Practice Division.
GlassCeiling.com was envisioned as a clearinghouse of ideas and a key resource for women determined to succeed in business. Whether they’re starting out or rising up, reached the ceiling or have smashed through it, this is where women make connections for their next step.
Based in Silicon Valley, California, we provide leadership development programs, including collaboration and team-building, presentation skills, communications skills, and strategic planning. We help you to optimize your most vital resource – your people.
Legal Momentum leads action for the legal rights of women. Our targeted litigation, education, policy advocacy, and research help to shape the laws and policies that affect gender equality and ensure that they are properly implemented and enforced. Click the icons at right for details of our programs in key areas.
LMC17 is a strategic consulting firm dedicated to crafting answers to hard-to-solve problems. The firm currently tackles challenges and opportunities within:
~ Retirement Industry
~ Diversity and Inclusion
~ Talent Development
Milk Stork makes it easy to get your breast milk home when you’re away on business. You don’t have to choose between your career and your commitment to breastfeeding.
The mission of the National Association of Women Lawyers is to provide leadership, a collective voice, and essential resources to advance women in the legal profession and advocate for the equality of women under the law. Since 1899, NAWL has been empowering women in the legal profession, cultivating a diverse membership dedicated to equality, mutual support, and collective success.
The Fellowship is a re-entry platform that matches experienced women returning to the workforce after a career hiatus with law firms, legal departments, and financial services firms in the U.S., Australia, Canada, and the UK for year-long paid positions.
We prepare, develop, inspire, and propel women to take their fair and equal share of leadership positions across all sectors by 2025.
Our ready-to-use leadership programs are loved by corporations, government organizations, nonprofits, and individuals.
Our vision is to create a dialogue for the purpose of educating women in law on how to become leaders in the workplace and in the community by building, exercising and implementing a strong sense of empowerment. We will “start the conversation” on the topics that are top of mind to all women in law. We will lead by example as change agents. Our goal is to achieve results that will foster the adoption of new policies and practices to advance women in law.
We work with rising star mid-level women and the advocates and leaders who will eventually promote them.
We have a curriculum that is truly world class because we have done the heavy lifting to curate the best and brightest thought leaders in the industry. Our programs combine interactive online sessions with Insight-To-Action Coaching and senior leader engagement to ensure that there is learning and results at every level of your organization.