The Woman Advocate Committee is open to all members of the American Bar Association’s Section of Litigation. Joining the committee entitles a member to a number of benefits (see list below). The committee’s leadership is made up of experienced women litigators from all over the country working to provide support and useful information to all women who litigate.
To accomplish this goal, the committee provides its members with these benefits:
- The Woman Advocate, a quarterly publication
- Programs that feature talented, effective women trial lawyers demonstrating trial and advocacy skills and styles
- Programs on rainmaking for women, emphasizing how women can effectively attract and retain clients
- Opportunities to network with other women trial lawyers and exchange information, questions, or ideas on a wide variety of professional and personal issues confronting women lawyers, particularly those in a litigation practice, including alternative work styles, balancing trial work and motherhood, mentoring, and perceptions of women advocates
Whether you want to receive The Woman Advocate, learn from and network with top women litigators, contribute to our programs and publications, or all of the above, join us. Section of Litigation members may join up to three committees at no charge.