Doesn't this look fascinating? I can't make it, but it's open to anyone who can make it for $10...
Tuesday, March 9, 2010 6:00 - 8:30 P.M.
A documentary film examining the professional and personal challenges facing six women judges of the Constitutional Court of South Africa during the transition from apartheid to democracy
Reception at 6:00, screening of film at 7:00, followed by discussion with filmmaker Ruth Cowan and international judges U.S. Court of International Trade
1 Federal Plaza, 4th floor, New York, N.Y.
(enter on Lafayette Street side, between Worth and Duane Streets)
International Association of Women Judges
National Association of Women Judges, New York Chapter
United States Court of International Trade
Contributing Sponsors (list in formation)
Queens County Women’s Bar Association
Brooklyn Women’s Bar Association
New York Women’s Bar Association
New York State Bar Association
Co-sponsors (list in formation)
United States Committee for UNIFEM - Metro New York Chapter
New York County Lawyers Association - Women’s Rights Committee
New York City Bar Association
New York Association of Lesbian and Gay Judges
International Association of Lesbian and Gay Judges
Staten Island Women’s Bar Association
Admission charge: $10 at the door, payable to National Association of Women Judges