Articles — Nonfiction

Carol Sanger, “Curriculum Vitae (Feminae):  Biography and Early American Women Lawyers,” 46 Stanford L. Rev. 1245 (1994)

Barbara Allen Babcock, “Western Women Lawyers,” 45 Stan. L. Rev. 2179 (1993)

Barbara Allen Babcock, “Women Defenders in the West,” 1 Nev. L.J. 1 (2001)

Barbara Allen Babcock, “Foreword:  A Real Revolution,” 49 U. Kan. L. Rev. 719 (2001)

Tauyna Lovell Banks, “Setting the Record Straight:  Maryland’s First Women Law Graduates,” 63 Md. L. Rev. 752 (2004)

Matthew G. Berger, “Mary Hall:  The Decision and the Lawyer,” 79 Conn. B.J. 29 (2005)

Joel E. Black, “Citizen Kane:  The Everyday Ordeals and Self-Fashioned Citizenship of Wisconsin’s ‘Lady Lawyer,'” 33 Law & Hist. Rev. 201 (2015)

Hon. Anna Blackburne-Rigsby, “Black Women Judges:  The Historical Journey of Black Women to the Nation’s Highest Courts,” 53 How. L.J. 645 (2010)

Cynthia Grant Bowman, “Bibliographical Essay:  Women and the Legal Profession,” 7 American Univ. J. Gender, Social Pol’y. & Law 149 (1999)

Cynthia Grant Bowman, “Women in the Legal Profession from the 1920s to the 1970s:  What Can We Learn From Their Experience About Law and Social Change,” 61 Maine L. Rev. 1 (2009)

Mary L. Clark, “The First Women Members of the Supreme Court Bar, 1879-1900,” 36 San Diego L. Rev. 87 (1999)

Mary L. Clark, “One’s Man’s Token is Another Woman’s Breakthrough:  The Appointment of the First Women Federal Judges,” 49 Vill. L. Rev. 487 (2004)

Mary L. Clark, “Why Care About the History of Women in the Legal Profession?” 27 Women’s Rts. L. Rev. 59 (2006)

Bridget J. Crawford, “‘Daughter of Liberty Wedded to Law’:  Gender and Legal Education at the University of Pennsylvania Department of Law 1870-1900,” 6 J. Gender Race & Just. 131 (2002)

Kim Dayton, “‘Trespassers Beware!’:  Lyda Burton Conley and the Battle for Huron Place Cemetery,” 8 J.L. & Feminism 1 (1996)

Robert C. Downs, Brooke Grant, Elizabeth Sterling, “From Petticoats to Briefs:  A History of Women at the University of Missouri — Kansas City School of Law,” 72 UMKC L. Rev. 1011 (2004)

James Doyle, “Law, Legislation and Literature:  The Life of Grace H. Harte,” 17 Biography 367 (1994)

Phyllis Eckhaus, “Restless Women:   The Pioneering Alumnae of New York University School of Law,” 66 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 1996 (1991)

Terree E. Foster & Sandra M. Fallon,”West Virginia’s Pioneer Women Lawyers,” 97 W. Va. L. Rev. 703 (1995)

Laura N. Gasaway & Judith W. Wegner, “Women at UNC and in the Practice of Law,” 73 N.C. L. Rev.  705 (1995)

Jay S. Goodman, “Minnie Frumer Goodman:  An Early Female Attorney in Louisiana and Missouri in the 1930s — A Tale and an Appreciation,” 16 Roger Williams U.L. Rev. 215 (2011)

Sylvia A. Law, “Crystal Eastman:  NYU Law Graduate,” 66 N.Y.U.  L. Rev. 1963 (1991)

JoEllen Lind, “Symbols, Leaders, Practitioners:  The First Women Professionals,” 28 Val. U.L. Rev. 1327 (1994)

Lisa R. Lindell, “‘Awake to all the needs of our day’: Early Women Lawyers in South Dakota,” 42 South Dakota History 197 (2012)

Sherry Scheel Matteucci, “Montana’s 1st Female Attorney Ella Knowles,” 33 Montana Lawyer 5 (2008)

Elizabeth K. Maurer, “The Sphere of Carrie Burnham Kilgore,” 65 Temp. L. Rev. 827 (1992)

Mary Jane Mossman, “Gender and Professionalism in Law:  The Challenge of (Women’s) Biography,” 27 Windsor Y.B. Access to Just. 19 (2009)

Jill Norgren, “Ladies of Legend: The First Generation of American Women Attorneys,” 35 J. Sup. Ct. Hist. 71 (2010)

Mae C. Quinn, “Anna Moscowitz Kross and the Home Term Part:  A Second Look at the Nation’s First Criminal Domestic Violence Court,” 41 Akron L. Rev. 733 (2008)

Richard B. Roeder, “Crossing the Gender Line:  Ella L. Knowles, Montana’s First Woman Lawyer,”  32 Montana: The Magazine of Western History  64 (1982)

Frances Mitchell Ross, “Reforming the Bar:  Women and the Arkansas Legal Profession,” 20 U. Ark. Little Rock L.J. 869 (1998)

J. Clay Smith, Jr., “Black Women Lawyers:  125 Years at the Bar; 100 Years in the Legal Academy,” 40 How. L.J. 365 (1997)

Karen M. Tani, “Portia’s Deal,” 87 Chi.-Kent L. Rev. 549 (2012)

Betty W. Taylor, “A History of Race and Gender at the University of Florida Levin College of Law 1909-2001,” 54 Fla. L. Rev. 495 (2002)

Kelly Timoney, “Rutgers School of Law — Newark and the Legacy of Elizabeth Blume-Silverstein,” 30 Women’s Rts. L. Rep. 635 (2009)

John G. Tomlinson, Jr., “Earnest and Sincere in the Work:  Litta Belle Hibben Campbell and Women of the Early USC Law School,” 10 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Women’s Stud. 117 (2000)

Remarks, “Our Place in History:  A Celebration of Women in the Law at the University of Texas School of Law,” 8 Tex. J. Women & L. 331 (1999)

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