DIRECTOR, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CLINIC, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER
Professor Epstein joined the faculty as a visiting professor in 1993, and now serves as Director of the Domestic Violence Clinic and Professor of Law.
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CO-PRESIDENT EMERITA, NATIONAL WOMEN’S LAW CENTER
Described as “guiding the battles of the women’s rights movement” by the New York Times, Marcia Greenberger is the founder and Co-President of the National Women’s Law Center. The creation of the Center forty years ago established her as the first full-time women’s rights legal advocate in Washington, D.C.
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ADJUNCT PROFESSOR OF LAW
Mary Hartnett has been at Georgetown Law since 1998, first as Executive Director of the Women’s Law and Public Policy Fellowship Program (WLPPFP), and now as an Adjunct Professor of Law and Advisory Board Member of WLPPFP.
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Eleanor Holmes Norton
CONGRESSWOMAN FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND PROFESSOR OF LAW, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER
Before joining the Law Center faculty in 1982, Professor Norton served for four years as chair of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. She has taught EEO Law, Labor Law, and Negotiations at the Law Center.
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SENIOR ADVISOR, NATIONAL PARTNERSHIP FOR WOMEN & FAMILIES
Judith L. Lichtman has been a guiding and influential force in the women’s movement for more than 40 years.
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PROFESSOR EMERITA, GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY LAW CENTER
Professor Williams is best known for her work in the area of gender and law, especially concerning issues of work and family, and is the co-author of a 1996 casebook on gender and law.
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