SHERYL AXELROD APPOINTED COMMUNICATIONS DIRECTOR OF THE PHILADELPHIA BAR ASSOCIATION WOMEN IN THE PROFESSION NEWSLETTER
At The Axelrod Firm, we are proud Sheryl Axelrod has been appointed Communications Director of the Philadelphia Bar Association Women in the Profession Newsletter. The Newsletter contains articles from extraordinary women. Below is the first issue. The women who contributed the articles in it are: the Dean of Temple Beasley School of Law (JoAnne Epps), Judge Sandra Mazer Moss, two former Chancellors of the Bar Association (Jane Leslie Dalton and Sayde Ladov), the incoming Chancellor (Kathleen Wilkinson), a partner at Pepper Hamilton LLP (Maria Feeley), and a Fellow with Community Legal Services (Kathleen Creamer). Click on any of the article titles to view the Newsletter. We hope you enjoy it.
Welcome to the inaugural issue of The Philadelphia Bar Association’s Women in the Profession Newsletter. I am proud to present the first edition, which represents a compilation of empowering articles written by women who have achieved a high level of excellence in the legal profession. My goal for this first edition, and in future editions, is to present unique and relevant perspectives, advice and opinions. Additionally, we seek to explore creative solutions and provide a forum for both current and persistent issues impacting women in the profession today. Lastly, our hope is that you find value in the pragmatic presentation of the issues here and in the future.
I welcome your feedback and comments.
Maureen M. Farrell, Esquire (email@example.com), 215.241.1263
Editor and Chair of The Women In The Profession Newsletter
|2||Life Skills for Lawyers
JoAnne A. Epps
|15||Making an Appearance
Kathleen D. Wilkinson
|6||Judge Moss on Mentoring
Judge Sandra Mazer Moss
|18||What Your Mother Never Told You About Jury Selection
|8||Speak up: Finding Your Authentic Voice
Jane Leslie Dalton
|24||Shackled and Giving Birth in Pennsylvania Prisons
|11||What’s Happening in America?
Opinions expressed in the newsletter represent those of the contributors. They do not represent the opinions of The Philadelphia Bar Association.
Special thanks to TechView Solutions for sponsoring the inaugural edition of the Women in the Profession Newsletter