Posts Tagged ‘Law’

 

Hon. Janice McKenzie Cole

What is the best career decision that you have made? To leave my home, the big City of New York, and move to rural northeastern North Carolina.  When I came to NC, I was the only female attorney practicing in a seven county judicial district. 

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Susan Harman-Scott

What is the best career decision you’ve made?  To make changes in my career path when the opportunity presented itself — from college teacher to banker to attorney. If you had to do it over again, what would you do differently? I would be less concerned about making

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Martha Wray Lowrance

  What is the best career decision that you have made? Joining the Youth Advocacy and Involvement Office as a Child Advocate.   This position gave me the ability to use my counseling skills and my attorney skills to help families with problems in many

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Hon. Elaine Marshall

What is the best career decision that you have made? Attending law school If you had to do it over again, what would you do differently? Start law school sooner How have women helped further your career? By creating opportunities for me to gain knowledge

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Jo Anne Sanford

What is the best career decision that you have made? To go to work with state government, out of law school. If you had to do it over again, what would you do differently? Very little, in terms of profession.  In terms of personal life,

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Hon. Linda McGee

What is the best career decision that you have made? To be open to opportunities that came my way and to move forward with them with enthusiasm, especially joining a small town law firm with supportive lawyers, joining the Court of Appeals and contributing to

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Hon. Jane Gray

What is the best career decision  you’ve made? The best career decision I made was to accept appointment to the District Court bench.  I loved getting back to the courtroom after a three year sojourn working at the General Assembly. If you had to do

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News

WF Adopts Resolution Calling for Repeal of HB2

At its Spring 2016 Meeting the Women’s Forum adopted the following: Resolution Calling for the Repeal of HB2, the Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act enacted as S.L. 2016-3 WHEREAS, on February 22, 2016, the Charlotte City Council approved a local ordinance that adds marital status, familial status, sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression […]

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Attend a virtual Women’s Forum Conference

Video archive of the April 2, 2016, Women’s Forum regional conference.

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Women’s Forum 2016 Spring Meeting

Along with networking, the Spring 2016 meeting of the Women’s Forum will focus on Safety and Security in the Community and related legislation.

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