Meet the WBAI's new House of Delegates, or Join a District Committee.
Lake County Networking Reception, May 26, 2015, 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m., Mickey Finn's, Libertyville, IL.
2015 Annual Installation Dinner, June 4, 2015, 5:00 p.m. (cocktail reception), 6:00 p.m. (dinner), Raddison Aqua Blu, 221 N. Columbus Drive, Chicago.
2015 Golf Outing, August 20, 2015, Oak Brook Hilton.
Learn about other great opportunities and events for women lawyers by clicking here, including the Unity Dinner, where WBAI President Eugena Whitson-Owen will be sworn-in during the all-bar swearing-in, and First Vice-President Hon. Jessica Arong O'Brien is honored as an Advocate for Diversity .
See the documentary made for the WBAI's Centennial Gala.
The Women's Bar Association of Illinois was founded in 1914 by nine Chicago women lawyers. Its charter was issued on June 23, 1914 with the stated purpose "to promulgate, promote, advance and protect the interests of women lawyers in the State of Illinois..." The formation of the WBAI followed closely on the heels of the 1913 Illinois law that gave women the right to vote in presidential and municipal elections. 2014-2015 marks the WBAI's 100th anniversary!
Young Lawyers Committee Panel Discussion "Building on your Legacy: Professionally, Personally, Effectively."
From left to right: Meghan McDonald, Christina Faklis, Margot Klein, J. Cunyon Gordon, Justice Laura Liu, Hayley Graham, Katherine Calhoun, Tarek Fadel.
WBAI Past Presidents at the February 2015 Past Presidents' Reception and Panel Discussion. For more photos, visit our Shutterfly site by clicking here.
The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin Covers the January 2015 Returnship Panel, presented by the Attorneys in Transition Committee (password protected)
Thank you to the Co-Chairs of the Successful Top Women Lawyers in Leadership Reception!
Thanks to all of the members of the Women's Bar Association of Illinois who participated in the ACS Breast Cancer 5k in Chicago. $2800 raised by WBAI for the cause!
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