International Women’s Day is approaching on March 8. Unlike some other observances, this one is not sponsored by any single organization. Rather, a variety of charities, academic institutions, government entities, and other groups choose to honor the day in different ways.
International Women’s Day is observed globally. It took root in the 1900s and continues to inspire people to celebrate the achievements of women in history and advocate for greater gender parity.
In America, there have been a number of key milestones in the fight for gender equality. These include:
Did you know that in 1873, states were given the right to exclude married women from practicing law? At Ramos & Law, we are grateful for the advancement of women in the legal field. We recognize the achievements of countless courageous women who have fought for greater gender parity. In many cases, they have risked much to improve the lives of fellow women.
The law field has seen many of these courageous women in action. Trailblazing female attorneys include:
Ramos & Law wouldn’t be able to serve our community without the support of the women on our team, Chinny Law and Gail Bailey. All of us at Ramos and Law tip our hats to these female attorneys and the many other women imbued with the same dedication to improving the lives of women in this generation and in many more to come.
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