97 Women Law. J. [i] (2012)

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2012 NAWL ANNUAL MEETING-NEW YORK, NEW YORK

At the 2012 NAWL Annual Luncheon where honorees, American Express Legal Department, Leslie M. Turner,
The Honorable Nancy Gertner, Senator Olympia Snowe and David Boies were recognized. Front row: NAWL
Board Members Lisa Horowitz, McDermott Will & Emery, Leslie Richards-Yellen, Hinshaw & Culbertson and
Marsha Anastasia, Pitney Bowes Inc. Back row: Wendy Wen Yun Chang, Hinshaw & Culbertson, Sandra Yamate,
Chief Executive Officer of The Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession, NAWL Board Members Kristin
Sostowski, Gibbons P.C. and Dorian Denburg, AT&T.

National Association of Women Lawyers'
the voice of women in the law'

IN THIS ISSUE
8
Introduction to
NAWL's International
Committee
by Diane E Ambler
9
The International
Committee and
NAWL's History of
Involvement
by Selma Moidel Smith
13
International Women's
Day and World NGO
Day: Celebration and
Balance by Dr Linda S.
Spedding
17
The United States and
Women's Rights in Iraq:
Legacy Interrupted by
Suaad Allami and Judge
George Phelan
28
Pro Forma Ratifications:
Tales of Incomplete
Resolutions in Tanzania
and the Role Women
Lawyer Groups Can
Take to Combat Crimes
Against Women
by Ya Marie Cham
31
Securing the U.S.-
Mexico Border: Case
of Child Pornography
by Kern Ann McLaughlin
32
International Women
in Law Summit, 2012
by Beth Bunnell and
Amy L. Sommers

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