Political office Consuelo N. ... Shirley Hufstedler (c. ... Carla Anderson Hills (1958): First female (a lawyer) to serve as the U.S. ... Patricia Roberts Harris (1960): First African American female (a lawyer) to serve in the United States Cabinet (1977) Geraldine Ferraro (1961): First female (a lawyer and Italian American) vice presidential candidate representing a major U.S. ... More items...
Women and minorities Alozie, Nicholas O. "Black Representation on State Judiciaries." Social Science Quarterly 69.4 (1988): 979+. Burke, W. Lewis. ... Drachman, Virginia. Sisters in Law: Women Lawyers in Modern American History. ... Finkleman, Paul, ed. ... McDaniel, Cecily Barker. ... M. ... Mollison, Irvin C. ... Morello, Karen Berger. ... Segal, Geraldine R. ... Smith Jr, J. ... More items...
Postnuptial agreements are signed after the date of marriage instead of before, and can address issues such as debt, inheritances, and any other property the couple owns - such as a house - in the event of a separation.
PROS of Becoming a Defense Attorney. Earning potential is excellent (top pay for lawyers was roughly $187,000 or more as of 2014)*. Can work for a variety of employers, including individuals, companies or the government as public defenders*. Position allows you to stand up to authority on a regular basis and fight for the common man**.
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