March 2019 Bar Journal
Top Black Lawyers Share Advice with Young Attorneys of Color, Bloomberg Law Big Law Business, April 4, 2017
The Benefits of Mentoring for Female Lawyers , Jean E Wallace, (2001) 58 Journal of Vocational Behavior 366. Justicia Project, Law Society of Alberta
Expanding the Pathways to Gender Equality in the Legal Profession, Digital Commons at Michigan State University College of Law Faculty Publications, 2014
Diversity in the Legal Profession: Perspectives from Managing Partners and General Counsel, Fordham Law Review Volume 83, 2015
The Right Mentor Matters: Law Firm Associates Speak Up, American Bar Association Perspectives, Volume 14, Number 4, Spring 2006
How One Law Firm Maintains Gender Balance, Harvard Business Review, May 27, 2014
Thinking Like Google to Increase Diversity in the Legal Profession, CLP Speaker Series, YouTube, November 10, 2016
Why We Have Too Few Women Leaders, TEDWomen 2010
The Still-Tolerated Gender Bias in Science, TED Blog Op-Ed:, March 29, 2013
New Data on the Rise of Women, TEDWomen 2010
Hanna Rosin on the ‘End of Men, A TEDWomen Update Blog, August 17, 2016
Why Women Still Can’t Have It All, The Atlantic, July/August 2012
‘A Bleak Picture’ for Women Trying to Rise at Law Firms, The New York Times, July 24, 2017
CLP Speaker Series – Challenges & Rewards for Women in the Legal Profession, YouTube, February 26, 2016
Female Lawyers Who Dress Too “Sexy” Are Apparently a “Huge Problem” in the Courtroom, Slate, March 21, 2014
Supreme Court clerks are overwhelmingly white and male. Just like 20 years ago, USA Today, January 8, 2018
How the Florida Bar is Confronting Gender Bias, Forbes, July 9, 2018
Visit the Florida Supreme Court website to review the filing requirements.
The Florida Courts E-Filing Authority Board website is also available for review.
Survey on Lawyers with Disabilities (2006)
In May 2006, the Disability Independence Group and The Florida Bar administered an online survey of Florida lawyers with disabilities. The purpose was to gather demographics information, analyze barriers for lawyers with disabilities in their profession, collect information on accommodations and technical assistance; and ultimately, create a forum for the exploration of issues, strategies and recommendations to enhance the participation of attorneys with disabilities in Florida’s legal communities, in court and out of court.
Minorities in the Legal Profession – Ethics and Consumer Protection/Diversity and Inclusion Committee:
Women in the Law/Gender Bias – Ethics and Consumer Protection/Diversity and Inclusion Committee