Indiana Women's Suffrage Centennial: How Women Have Shaped the Judiciary


Location: McCartan Courtroom (View on

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Notre Dame Law School will host a panel discussion, How Women Have Shaped the Judiciary, to commemorate the 19th Amendment centennial of women’s right to vote. The panelists include:

Chief Justice Loretta Rush of the Indiana Supreme Court
Judge Elizabeth Tavitas ’85, ’90 J.D. of the Indiana Court of Appeals
Judge Amy Coney Barrett ’97 J.D. of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
Judge Elizabeth Hurley ’95 J.D. of the Superior Court of St. Joseph County will moderate the discussion.

Reception and view of the exhibit to follow in the Kresge Law Library. The event is free and open to the public but an RSVP is required.
Please RSVP here.


Notre Dame Law School is proud to host the American Bar Association’s 19th Amendment Centennial traveling exhibit.

Monday, January 13 through Friday, January 24
South Reading Room of the Kresge Law Library
Notre Dame Law School

Sponsors: Notre Dame Law Alumni Office, Women's Legal Forum and American Constitutional Society