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“The legal world does not discriminate by sex or race and this is possibly an example of it working rather well.”

On January 4, 1972, Dame Rose Heilbron (August 19 1914-December 8 2005) became the first female judge to sit at the Old Bailey in London, England. Heilbron was born into a Jewish family in Liverpool Her father was a hotelier … Continue reading

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“Civilization Not Yet Perfect”

November is Native American Heritage Month and the day after the fourth Thursday – when Thanking Day is observed in the United States – is Native American Heritage Day. The first effort to establish a Native American Day began over … Continue reading

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