53 Women Law. J. 1 (1967)

handle is hein.journals/wolj53 and id is 1 raw text is: WOMEN LAWYERS
Journal
©National Association of Women Lawyers, 1967.
SYMPOSIUM: Whither Women in the United States?
Introduction
By  Lois  G .  Forer  ....................................................  3
Do Our Tax Laws Satisfy the Needs of the Working
Woman?
By Gail Beckman .................................... . 5
Law and the Single Woman
By  Jean  M cV eety  .............. ..............   ................. 10
Where is the Professional Woman?
By  Dr.  Jean  Brow nlee  ..  ............................... . 14
HIGHLIGHTS OF THE SOUTH CENTRAL MEETING
By  Dorothy  Yancy  Howard  ......................................... 19
OBITER DICTUM
By  A dele  T .  W eaver  .................................................. 18
NOTES FROM THE UNITED NATIONS
By  M ary  Cow ell  Ross  ................. ............ ........... 23
M IDYEAR  M EETING  ..................................................... 17
IN D EX  V O LU M E  52  ...................... ................................. 36
EXECUTIVE BOARD AND COUNCIL OF DELEGATES ........ 29
ROSTER  OF  PRIVATE  PRACTITIONERS   ......................... 31
VOL. 53                                         O
NO. 1
WINTER
1967

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