About the Committee

The Women Trailblazers Committee oversees and raises funds for the Women Trailblazers in the Law Oral History Project. The project to date has received more than 75 oral histories of senior women pioneers in the legal profession who have excelled in their careers and opened opportunities for women. Over the following year, the committee will work to migrate and launch the oral history collection to a new website by the Stanford Law Library.

Women Trailblazers in the Law | Oral History Project

The Women Trailblazers in the Law is a collection of oral histories documenting many women pioneers in the legal field.

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Get the Book

Stories from Trailblazing Women Lawyers: Lives in the Law describes the lives and careers, triumphs and tribulations of senior women lawyers and judges as recounted in oral histories included in the Women Trailblazers Project’s collection. This fascinating account of the experiences of women entering a male-dominated legal profession as featured in the collection was written by Jill Norgren, professor emerita of CUNY, and was published by New York University Press in May 2018.

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