We mourn the loss of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an inspirational leader and a brilliant mind. Let Justice Ginsburg’s outstanding legacy be an inspiration to us all in our own pursuits of equality and justice. To read a short statement from New York Chapter President Mehtap Cevher Conti, please click here.
To read a recent letter to membership from New York Chapter Vice President Elizabeth Schrero, please click here.
Welcome to the New York Chapter of the Coalition
The Coalition of Women’s Initiatives in is a non-profit membership association that brings together law firms, government entities, and
companies of all sizes for the purpose of advancing the recruitment, retention
and promotion of women lawyers. The New York Chapter was founded in 2016, and
was the first expansion Chapter of the Coalition. The New York Chapter
organizes regular events that provide valuable networking and enrichment
opportunities, many of which offer CLE credit. New York member benefits include
special programming and leadership opportunities, marketing for your firm, and
special access to membership directories and other exclusive resources.
Most importantly, the Coalition cultivates career advancement and professional development, promotes dialogue, provides a support-network among members and helps address the many issues facing women lawyers and women’s initiatives today. The Coalition is a place for all women lawyers, from different practice areas, different size law firms, different size companies, different roles within the government and different levels of experience, to join forces to advance each and all of its members’ careers. This inclusive nature of the Coalition makes it a unique and significant resource for all of its members.
Learn what is happening at National and the Chicago and Washington, D.C. Chapters. Click icon below for the latest National newsletter or view past issues here.
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To help support the work of the New York Chapter of the Coalition, please visit our donation page.
Please note that the Coalition is a 501(c)(6) non-profit, and donations are not deductible as charitable contributions federal income tax returns.