Emory University is the latest institution celebrating the arrival of its first female law dean. Campus leaders announced Thursday that Mary Anne Bobinski will assume the deanship of the Atlanta law school in August, making her the first woman to lead the school in its 103-year history.

“Mary Anne Bobinski is a nationally recognized legal scholar in health law and one that leads with an eye towards the impact lawyers can have on society,” said Emory President Claire Sterk in an announcement of the appointment. “Her track record of inclusiveness and ideals around collective impact will enhance our program and deepen our relationships with the legal community and beyond.”

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