American Bar Association
Criminal Justice Section: Women In Criminal Justice Committee

Criminal Justice Section:
Women In Criminal Justice Committee

About Us

Explores issues of concern to women attorneys (defense, prosecution, etc.), judges, other allied to the criminal justice field, and the needs of women as victims, witnesses and defendants. Promotes networking and career opportunities for women.


1. Increase the number of lawyers participating in the work of the


2. Conduct regular meetings (in-person and telephonic) to keep members informed

and interested.

3. Work with the other committees in the Criminal Justice Section and in other Section and Divisions to develop resolutions in this area.

4. Submit articles and practice tips to CJS Magazine, The State of

Criminal Justice and other Section publications.

5. Develop and support CLE programs during the year.

6. Foster a closer working relationship with the National Conference of Women's Bar Associations and other groups outside the ABA who are working on women's issues.

7. Respond to requests to evaluate resolutions and formulate our own resolutions pertinent to our issues.

Books From Our Committee

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    Gallagher, Eileen
    Weaver, Pauline

    Committee Roster  

    Programs, Meetings and Events

    Section Events

      Implicit Bias 101: What All Lawyers Need to Know


      Implicit Bias 101: What All Lawyers Need to Know

      Securities Fraud 2015

      Westin New Orleans Canal Place
      New Orleans

      The 10th Annual National Institute on Securities Fraud will draw elite officials from both the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for an exclusive educational and professional forum to examine current legal and ethical issues relating to securities

      International White Collar Crime Institute (London

      Berwin Leighton Paisner LLP
      Greater London

      The event will be held on 10/12/2015 - 10/13/2015. The format is In-Person. The event sponsor(s) are Criminal Justice Section. The event has 7.00 CLE Credits .


    Modified by Kyo Suh on September 15, 2014

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