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Par for the Course Par for the Course A professor-mom tees off on balancing career and family August 01, 2012

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  • Par for the Course
  • Par for the Course

    A professor-mom tees off on balancing career and family
    Want to know what every new mom needs to balance work and family? A set of golf clubs. As a tenured law-school professor, I have…
  • Why Women Judges Matter
  • Why Women Judges Matter

    The appointment of Christina Reiss sets a precedent
    In a recent conversation with my 6-year-old daughter, Samira, I mentioned that I’d had lunch with a judge — a female judge. Samira asked,…
  • Judge of Character

    Op-Ed: Cheryl Hanna contemplates Supreme Justice
    So, rather than worry about whether Judge Sotomayor will be a “reverse-racist” judge, conservatives should really worry that she’ll be a rock star — judicially…
  • The Loving Lesson
  • The Loving Lesson

    Legal precedents predict the path of same-sex marriage
    Mildred and Richard Loving were childhood sweethearts. The couple — she was of African American and Native American descent, and he was a white man…
  • Connected to Laura and the World
  • Connected to Laura and the World

    Burlington marches for Laura Winterbottom, and against sexual violence
    This was Cheryl Hanna's keynote address at the Second Annual Laura's March, in remembrance of Laura Kate Winterbottom and a fundraiser for the Women's…
  • Getting Down to Earth
  • Getting Down to Earth

    Getting Personal About Environmentalism
    In the mid-1990s, when I joined the faculty at Vermont Law School, people often asked if I taught environmental law, given the school’s national…
  • Putting Freedom to the Test

    Outside Track
    What role should religion play in our public schools? That's a question Lee Sease, the Addison Central Supervisory Union Superintendent, has had to wrestle with…

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