When the Section on Women in Legal Education of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) began to meet some 25 years ago, its membership was small enough to fit in someone’s living room.

At the AALS Workshop for Women in Legal Education this October, the sites spanned three cities. With video hookups, participants in New York, Chicago and Washington, D.C., brought new perspectives to long-standing concerns. The title of the workshop, “Getting Unstuck Without Getting Unglued,” was an apt description of the challenges facing women in the legal profession, as well as those in legal education.

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