Professors describe experiences at women's marches

Law professors Davis, Drew, and Farber talk with UMass community about their participation in recent marches

Law professor Margaret Drew in Washington, D.C., January 21, 2017
Professor Margaret Drew marches in Washington, D.C.

In a presentation to students, staff, and faculty, Professors Wendy Davis, Margaret Drew, and Hillary Farber described their experiences and lessons from participation in recent women's marches in Washington, D.C., and BostonThe faculty members presented alongside law students Mary McBride, president of the Student Bar Association, and Mary Chaffee, an officer of the Legal Association of Women student group, which Professor Drew advises.  Professor Farber is adviser to Parents Attending Law School and co-adviser to OUTlaw.

Law student Mary Chaffee, Law Professor Margaret Drew, Law Professor Hillary Farber, and law student Mary McBride speak on a panel about women's marches in Washington, D.C., and Boston
Mary Chaffee, Margaret Drew, Hillary Farber, and Mary McBride

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