94 Women Law. J. 1 (2009)

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

ABOUT WOMEN LAWYERS JOURNAL
EDITOR
Deborah S. Froling
Washington, DC
froling.deborah@arentfox.com
EDITORIAL POLICY
Women Lawyers Journal is published for NAWL members
as a forum for the exchange of ideas and information.
Views expressed in articles are those of the authors and do
not necessarily reflect NAWL policies or official positions.
Publication of an opinion is not an endorsement by NAWL.
We reserve the right to edit all submissions.
ARTICLES
Book reviews or articles about current legal issues of general
interest to women lawyers are accepted and may be edited
based on the judgment of the editor. Editorial decisions are
based upon potential interest to readers, timelines, goals,
and objectives of the association and the quality of the
writing. No material can be returned unless accompanied
by a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
TO ADVERTISE
Contact NAWL headquarters for rate information.
Publication of an advertisement is not an endorsement
of the product or company by NAWL.
TO SUBSCRIBE
Annual dues include a subscription to the Women
Lawyers Journal.
Additional subscriptions or subscriptions by nonmembers
are available for $55 in the U.S. and $75 international.
Back issues are available for $15 each.
CONTACT
National Association of Women Lawyers
American Bar Center, MS 15.2
321 North Clark Street
Chicago, IL 60654
t 312.988.6186 f 312.988.5491
nawl@nawl.org
www.nawl.org
@2009 National Association of Women Lawyers.
All Rights Reserved.
Women Lawyers Journal (ISSN 0043-7468) is
published quarterly by the National Association of
Women Lawyers (NAWL), 321 North Clark Street,
MS 15.2, Chicago, IL 60654.

About NAWL

Editor's Note
President's Letter
Event Highlights
Creating Pathways to Success for All: Achieving the
Diversity That Our Clients Want from Law Firms
by Lorelie S. Masters
Sustaining Pathways to Diversity:' The Next Steps in
Understanding and Increasing Diversity & Inclusion in
Large Law Firms-Executive Summary
by Minority Corporate Counsel Association
Book Review
The Age of American Unreason by Susan Jacoby
Reviewed by Colonel Maritza Saenz Ryan
NAWL News
NAWL Recognition

New Member List
Networking Roster

Designed by Caroline Caldwell Design.

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