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Member Appreciation Summer Garden Party
On Thursday, August 22, 2019 at 5:30 p.m., NNWLA will host a Member Appreciation Garden Party at the home of the Honorable Lynne Simons. This will be an elegant evening that you will not want to miss. Please RSVP by emailing email@example.com by August 15, 2019 and we will send you the address.
Not sure if you are a current member? Contact our treasurer, Jenna Garcia, at firstname.lastname@example.org to confirm your membership status before the event.
Save the Date for NNWLA Tailgate: September 14, 2019
Join NNWLA for a tailgate and University of Nevada football game on September 14, 2019! Bring the family for a fun afternoon with games, food, and drinks before kick-off at 4pm! The cost is $25 per person, and will include your end zone ticket for the game, and food and beverages at the tailgate. Exact location of the tailgate will be confirmed.
Purchase your tickets here and let’s get ready to support the Pack!
A Simple Way to Help Address Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession
Women Lawyers On Guard Inc., a non-profit national network of women and men who advocate and work for equality and justice (www.womenlawyersonguard.org), is working to address sexual harassment in the legal profession.
WLG is conducting a national Survey on Sexual Misconduct in the Legal Profession (www.womenlawyersonguard.org/survey/) to better understand the scope of this problem in the legal profession. WLG seeks to gather the experiences and perspectives of women and men throughout the legal profession (e.g., law firm, in-house, government, non-profit, law schools, associations, judiciary, etc.).
Please TAKE THE SURVEY (www.womenlawyersonguard.org/survey/) and pass it on to your network.
Article of the Month
Every day, more than 25 million moms commute, clock in, and climb career ladders across the country. According to a growing body of research, working mothers have an overwhelmingly positive influence on their children, with the real impact of working moms being most evident in their daughters. Check out the article by Kristen Bahler here, discussing the finding that girls with working mothers get better paid jobs.