School of Law - Celebrate Women's History Month

Mar 26, 2014
5:30 pm
Mattone Family Atrium | 4th Floor

Join sponsor St. John's School of Law Diversity Committee along with:


Asian Pacific American Law Students Association
Black Law Students Association
Latin American Law Students Association
Multilingual Legal Advocates
Women’s Law Society

Celebrate Women’s History Month

Join the Law School Diversity Committee for a panel discussion about women’s issues in the twenty-first century with six St. John’s law students.


  • Angela Capello
    Women of Color: Law, Legal Policy and the Intersection of Race and Gender
  • Enkelena Gjuka
    Corporate America and “The Perks” of Being a Woman: Increasing Gender Diversity in Corporate Boardrooms
  • Josephine McGrath
    The Market Defense in the Equal Pay Act: Balancing Economic Freedoms and the Elimination of Sex-Based Discrimination
  • Alexa Perlman
    Enforcing Open Adoption Agreements in New York: A Presumption that Reflects the True Best Interests of the Child
  • Christina Piecora
    Targeting the Vulnerable: Prison Sexual Assault and Our Constitutional and Moral Duty to Protect Prisoners from this Cruel and Unusual Punishment
  • Pamela Weintraub
    Not Without Sin: An Analysis of How the United States Fails to Address Child Marriage Domestically While Casting Stones at Developing Nations

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

5:30 - 7 p.m.

Mattone Family Atrium | 4th Floor

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Professor Rosemary Salomone |
Professor Cheryl L. Wade |