Spring 2014: 'Women Judges: Are They Making A Difference?' with Chief Justice Dana Fabe

by Michelle Saport  |   

Monday, March 17, 7:30-9 p.m. UAA/APU Consortium Library, Room 307

For this year's Legacy Lecture and as part of the William H. Seward Lecture Series, Alaska Supreme Court Chief Justice Dana Fabe will talk about women and law in a lecture titled, "Women Judges: Are They Making A Difference?"

Chief Justice Dana Fabe is the first woman to serve on the Alaska Supreme Court, as well as the first to be appointed chief justice. In her more than 30 years of service, Chief Justice Fabe has received many accomplishments and honors.

A member of the Alaska Supreme Court since March 1996, Chief Justice Dana Fabe currently chairs the Alaska Supreme Court's Civil Rules Committee and Fairness, Diversity and Equality Committee, as well as the Alaska Court System's Law Day Steering Committee. She also co-chairs Alaska Supreme Court's Fairness and Access Initiatives and previously co-chaired the Alaska Bar Association's Gender Equality Section.

She is a life fellow of the American Bar Association, served as the immediate past president of the National Association of Women Judges and received an Honorary Doctor of Laws from UAA in 2010.

To learn more about Chief Justice Dana Fabe's career, visit the Alaska Court System website.

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