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Challenging Boundaries in Legal Education: A Symposium Honoring Clare Dalton's Contributions as a Scholar and Advocate

Professor Clare Dalton's life and work represent a commitment to feminist theory and practice, and to women's experiences. This symposium, co-sponsored with the Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, explored the dynamic relationships among and between these three, on the occasion of her retirement from law teaching at Northeastern University School of Law.

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A panel focused on Women in Legal Education included Ann Shalleck (left), Director of the Women and the Law Program, Carrington Shields Scholar, American University Washington College of Law, and Deborah Rhode, Ernest W. McFarland Professor of Law, Stanford Law School.
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Zipporah Wiseman, Thomas H. Law Centennial Professor of Law, University of Texas School of Law at Austin, and a former faculty member of NUSL.
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Dean Emily Spieler moderated the panel on Women in Legal Education.
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Lois Kanter (left), executive director of NUSL's Domestic Violence Institute, founded by Professor Clare Dalton, was joined by Dean Marth Minow, Harvard Law School, in toasting Professor Dalton's accomplishments.
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Professor Dan Givelber, former dean of the School of Law, also offered praise for Professor Dalton.
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Professor Clare Dalton reflected on her career in academia and the many friends and colleagues who she continues to treasure.
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