Legal Education for Women


Columbia University School of Law Bulletin

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was appointed to the Columbia Law School faculty in 1972, the first tenured female professor in law. 

She was a member of the faculty for 8 years, teaching courses in civil procedure and conflict of law as well as women's rights. The course offered in this bulletin is: Sex-based discrimination and the law.

 

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