Previous Look for CWIL Events

  1. Deputy Director Courtney Chavez partnered with the New York City Bar to host the Center for Women in Law for law students in New York and New Jersey.
  2. Member organizations of the Consortium for Advancing Women Lawyers met to discuss the latest strategies and initiatives for advancing all women in the legal profession.
  3. Described as “a veritable Who’s Who of influential women in the legal profession,” the Women’s Power Summit™ is one of the most significant gatherings of women lawyers in the country.
  4. Executive Director Chanow joined other thought-leaders at the for the Closing Plenary session, Meet the Challenge: What’s Next for Women Lawyers, at the NAWL Mid-Year Conference.
  5. Executive Director Chanow led a discussion on gender and leadership.
  6. Executive Director Chanow gave the opening keynote presentation at the Women Leading in Law, Business & Philanthropy Conference.
  7. CWIL partnered with the New York City Bar Association to run the Women in Law Institute, one of CWIL's signature programs.
  8. Executive Director Chanow presented lead a discussion on mindset at The Florida Bar Gender Bias Committee Strategy Session.
  9. Leaders in the legal profession -- from litigators to in-house counsel to members of the bench -- discussed the need for more women at the table and how everyone can take a part in advancing women to lead counsel roles.
  10. Deputy Director Chavez presented on grit and growth mindset for LEAD Academy participants.
  11. Deputy Director Chavez led a discussion on mindset at the Tax Law Leadership Academy.
  12. Accelerate the first-year associate transition of high-achieving women law students to high-performing lawyers.
  13. Executive Director Chanow participated in the Women’s Leadership Workshop at the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Convention.
  14. Deputy Director Courtney Chavez led CWIL's Women in Law Institute in Los Angeles.
  15. Deputy Director of CWIL and Hispanic National Bar Association Latina Commissioner Courtney Chavez joined other Latina Commissioners to run the 2016 Latina Leadership Academy.
  16. Texas Women Lawyers gathered together members of women’s bar organizations from around the state for a weekend retreat in Houston.
  17. The Center for Women in Law convened leaders from across the country who are leading initiatives to advance women in the legal profession in New York, New York.
  18. The Women in Law Hackathon is a Shark Tank style pitch competition created by the Diversity Lab in collaboration with Stanford Law School and Bloomberg Law. It is one of most innovative and solution-orientated events ever launched with the purpose of advancing women in the legal profession.
  19. On May 12th, CWIL Executive Director Linda Chanow participated in the Women’s Track Panel hosted by the American Bar Association Tort Trial & Insurance Practice Section. Additionally, CWIL Founder Marcy Greer moderated a panel on the US Supreme Court update.
  20. The Center for Women in Law proudly hosted Ms. JD’s Sixth Annual Conference on Women and the Law: Passion Forward. Passion Forward included two days of workshops, speakers, and networking opportunities that will enhance your ability to pursue your passion and lead in the profession.
  21. Capture Your Power: Your Role in Advancing Yourself and Other Women in the Legal Profession