Monday, June 26, 2017
Located at: 45 West 44th Street New York, NY 10036

Gathering this year in memory of our colleague, Hon. Sheila Abus-Salaam

MONDAY, June 26, 2017


45 West 44th Street

Registration 5:30 pm, Dinner 6:30 pm

$175 per person

Checks payable to NAWJ-NY Chapter

Please mail checks to Hon. Judith Hard, Judge, NYS Court of Claims

PO Box 7344, Capital Station, Albany NY 12224

RSVP by JUNE 20, 2017

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Wednesday, June 28, 2017
Brooklyn Bar Association
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We celebrate our 100th Year as an Incorporated Bar in April, 2018, as one of the oldest women’s bar associations in the nation. Our bar is growing as fast as Brooklyn; by 2020, Brooklyn will beat out Chicago to be the 3rd largest City in the United States, and Brooklyn businesses and our court system are growing in kind. 


Join us and become part of the future.




Bias & Discrimination

Discuss and recommend goals, events, and programs regarding bias and discrimination in all its forms, as it affects lawyers, laws, and the courts.


Review and recommend changes to the by-laws that can carry us into our next 100 years. 


Events  - Develop a calendar of events that celebrates our different cultures.

Plan the celebration for our centennial

Partner with other Brooklyn institutions

Examine and write the history of the Brooklyn Women’s Bar and its founding leaders

Continuing Legal Education

Help choose, set up, and develop relevant, in-depth continuing legal education,

  1. Leadership, Finance and Money - learn how to run offices, chose jobs, ask for raises and benefits, invest money, be in charge, lead.
  2. Justice for All: Dissect bias and discrimination in all its forms religious, cultural, racial, age and gender-based, economic.
  3. Specific Substantive Areas
  4. Trial Practice

Film Festival

Vet and recommend films and set up a film festival about women’s issues, and award prizes to films that present unique important ways of presenting women’s issues

 Finance and Fund Raising 

                Determine budget and innovative fund raising to ensure the Bar will be able to provide the services our members want and deserve.


  • Work on  issues facing us that require legislative action:
  • Equal Rights Amendment.
  • The Violence Against Women Act
  • Reproductive rights
  • Sexting
  • Unequal pay
  • Sexual slavery—trafficking
  • Lavern’s Law - the short statute of limitations in medical malpractice cases that disproportionately affects women.

Long Range Planning -

Why not start planning now for a Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association Center of Excellence for Women's Legal Issues? A think-tank. Mentorships. Scholarships. Training. Support.  Education.

Membership, Mentoring & Pipeline

                Develop our “Mentor One Attorney” program.

Get involved in on our Pipeline Initiative to bring minority people into the legal profession.

Address the issues of new members

Social Media Committee 

Help develop and write Articles, Website, Linked-In, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram. 

Setup List-Serves to provide access to one another, jobs, and discussion.

Young Lawyers

                What do young lawyers face that a seasoned lawyer may not?

                Work on monthly get-togethers to develop pertinent discussions in a relaxed forum.



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