As the Philadelphia chapter of the National Bar Association’s Women Lawyers Division celebrates its 30th anniversary, black women attorneys say that the organization remains a rich source of support for them.

“It has been a great source of networking and mentoring young lawyers. I have enjoyed the role of mentoring, having the opportunity to meet and otherwise shepherd young lawyers as they enter the profession,” said the organization’s “cheerleader,” Philadelphia Common Pleas Court Judge Jacqueline F. Allen.

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