Female Deans Taking Charge

They make up 40 percent of incoming leadership.

, The National Law Journal

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Since 1989, women who run law schools have dined together during an annual American Bar Association workshop for leaders in legal education. Tradition dictates that each attendee talk about her greatest success and failure during the year. They share support and ideas.

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  • Margaret Abrams

    Congratulations to all of the new women deans, particularly Suzanne Reynolds at Wake Forest School of law. Thank you for the article highlighting these incredible leaders and role models. If I could make one request, however, it would be to banish the phrase "right-size." It is offensive and patronizing. Call it what it is - reducing the size of the faculty due to the particular economics facing the school. Regards,Margaret Abrams, Raleigh, NC( and a proud WFU alum)

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