Professor advocates for women in law

Stephanie M. Wildman has been named to the California State Bar’s Women in the Law committee.

School of Law Professor Stephanie M. Wildman, director of SCU’s Center for Social Justice and Public Service, has been named to the California State Bar’s Women in the Law committee. It is a three-year appointment.

The committee’s mission is to encourage female attorneys to become active participants in programs of the Bar and to study and report on the status of women in the legal profession. Wildman says she is interested in pursuing connections between lawyers and legal educators that will emphasize the inclusion of women in the legal profession.

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