100 Years of Women in Law
Lucinda Acland is the host of the First 100 Years podcast series celebrating the centenary of women in law. She has over 25 years’ experience in the legal sector as a solicitor and litigation support/IT lawyer, a creator of online CPD courses, and as the community manager at Obelisk Support, training and supporting returners back into flexible legal work.
Katie Broomfield is a barrister and historian. Based in the History Department at Royal Holloway, University of London, she is currently researching the opening of the legal profession to women in 1919. She is a contributor to the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, the First 100 Years Podcast series and the creator of an exhibition Celebrating the Centenary of Women Lawyers.
“This book was made possible by the volume of original material recorded and collected over the last five years by the First 100 Years project. There is no archive like it to help women in law to place themselves in history. This book is an excellent physical gift to the legal profession and will continue to inspire future generations of women in the profession. Dana Denis-Smith, Founder, First 100 Years
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