Sex Disqualification (Removal) Act 1919 passes, allowing women to enter the legal profession.

Published 6th October 2015
This law ensured women’s entry into the professions for the first time, after a protracted legal battle. It also stipulated that women would receive their degrees from universities on completion of study, and that women could act on juries and as magistrates.
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