The State Bar of Georgia celebrated the 100th anniversary of admitting women to the practice of law on Tuesday evening with a look back and a look forward.

Speaking on a panel that capped the event at the bar headquarters, Senior Judge Dorothy Beasley, retired from the Georgia Court of Appeals, challenged a packed room of women lawyers to seek leadership roles in the profession—not for recognition but for a purpose.

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