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Pinstripes & pearls : the women of the Harvard Law School class of '64 who forged an old-girl network and paved the way for future generations

Author: Judith Hope
Publisher: New York : Scribner, ©2003.
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Follows the lives and careers of a select group of women who graduated from Harvard Law School in 1964, a time when the practice of law was a male-dominated profession, and looks at how their success in having careers while still attending to their more traditional female roles, paved the way for women of subsequent generations.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Biographies
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Judith Hope
ISBN: 074321482X 9780743214827
OCLC Number: 50403836
Notes: "A Lisa Drew book."
Description: xxvi, 293 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Foreword: Stephen G. Breyer, Associate Justice, United States Supreme Court, Harvard Law School '64 --
Beginnings --
The First Female Fellow --
Big Dreams --
History --
Collective Consciousness --
Law School --
Admission (1961) --
Arrival --
Classmates --
Patricia Nell Scott (Schroeder), University of Minnesota --
Aurelle Joyce Smoot (Locke), Washington State University --
Judith "Judy" Coleman Richards (Hope), Wellesley --
Diana "Dinni" Lorenz (Gordon), Mills College, Radcliffe Graduate School of Education --
Ann Dudley Cronkhite (Goldblatt), Radcliffe --
June Freeman (Berkowitz), Cornell --
Arlene Lezberg (Bernstein), Radcliffe --
Marjory "Marge" Freincle (Haskell), Brooklyn College --
Rosemary Cox (Masters), Mount Holyoke --
Judith "Judy" Ann Wilson (Rogers), Radcliffe --
Alice Pasachoff (Wegman), Cornell --
Barbara Margulies (Rossotti), Mount Holyoke --
Grace Weiner (Wolf), Mount Holyoke, University of Michigan --
Eleanor Rosenthal, University of Michigan --
Elizabeth "Liz" Daldy (Dyson), Radcliffe --
Nancy Kuhn (Kirkpatrick), Trinity College --
Katherine Huff (O'Neil), Stanford University --
Sheila Rush, Chatham College --
Sonia Faust, University of Hawaii --
Susan Wall (Stokinger), Radcliffe --
Necessities: Food and Toilets --
Classes Begin --
Ladies' Day --
Dinner at the Dean's --
Men in Our Lives --
Exams --
Dropouts, Departures, and Deferrals --
The Last Two Years of Law School --
The Real World: June 1964 Forward 149 --
"Women Unwanted" --
Work--and Marriage --
Trying to Do It All --
Bumps in the Road --
At the Table.
Other Titles: Pinstripes and pearls
Responsibility: Judith Richards Hope.
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Follows the lives and careers of a select group of women who graduated from Harvard Law School in 1964, a time when the practice of law was a male-dominated profession, and looks at how their success in having careers while still attending to their more traditional female roles, paved the way for women of subsequent generations.

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