Women’s History Month had its origins as a national celebration with a 1987 presidential proclamation. The law passed by Congress marked the month of March with observances to honor the achievements of American women in a variety of fields, including the law.
To celebrate Women’s History Month this year, we’ve asked attorneys at Waters Kraus & Paul to participate in a roundtable discussion on their experiences in the field of law. Our participants included attorneys Leila Mustafa, Kay Gunderson Reeves, Elizabeth Post, Susan Ulrich, and Waters Kraus & Paul partners Leslie MacLean and Caitlyn Silhan.
Celebrating Women in Law this Women’s History Month
Waters Kraus & Paul has always been committed to promoting equality and women’s advancement in the legal field. That is why in honor of this year’s Women’s History Month, we stand to proudly amplify the voices and reflections of a few of the many women at our firm through a “virtual” roundtable.
In this series of interviews, we asked our female attorneys various questions about the trials and tribulations of law school, the unparalleled experience of being an attorney during a global pandemic, and most importantly, the prevalent gender disparity in the legal profession.
The personal and professional experiences shared by these women are a testament to their accomplishments in our own firm, as well as their invaluable contributions to a world in need of sustained advocacy for civil rights and women’s rights. We are proud of the vital role our female attorneys have had in bettering our legal practice.
To read each of the full interviews with these Waters Kraus & Paul attorneys, click the links below.
Waters Kraus & Paul Women In Law Roundtable Q&A Interviews
About Waters Kraus & Paul
Waters Kraus & Paul is a national plaintiffs’ law firm committed to fighting corporate giants on behalf of individuals like you for over 20 years. We represent families fighting for their lives against those responsible for injury and wrongful death caused by misconduct and fraud. We focus on personal injury and wrongful death cases involving asbestos and mesothelioma, benzene exposure, dangerous pharmaceuticals, medical devices, and birth defects caused by pesticides, toxic chemicals, opioid use, and semiconductor chip manufacturing. We also represent plaintiffs in qui tam whistleblower matters in cases that uncover false claims submitted to the government.