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Women, Leadership and Equality Fellows Workshop (2)

This course, required for and available only to students who have been selected as Rose Zetzer Fellows, will provide an opportunity for students to share their fellowship experiences and to explore the ethical and practical challenges to women exercising leadership in a variety of organizations including community groups, non-profit organizations, law, legal education, business, the judiciary, government and related societal sectors. Class readings and discussion will focus on the practical impediments to women in assuming leadership roles in a variety of settings, including the organizations in which the Fellows are placed. Women lawyers who have achieved leadership positions in these areas will participate in the workshop and share their perspectives on the pressures, obstacles and dilemmas they faced in achieving their positions. Course requirements will include short research/writing assignments and class presentations.

Women Leadership and Equality Fellows Workshop and Practicum for the Fall requires faculty approval; they are not subject to the normal registration process. Participating students must be Rose Zetzer Fellows. Interested students should contact Prof. Monopoli.

Current & Previous Instructors:
Paula Monopoli;

585D (CRN: 92820)       Credits: 2
    Monopoli.
    Fall, 2014 (Day).
    Wed: 8:45-10:45  
    Room 205.
    Booklist.    


Key to Codes in Course Descriptions
P: Prerequisite
C: Prerequisite or Concurrent Requirement
R: Recommended Prior or Concurrent Course

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