Post Date: October 22, 2003
The panel will feature Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Kerry Healey; David Adams, founder of Emerge (the first abuser education program in the nation); Diane Rosenfeld, Harvard lecturer on women's studies; Dawn Dougherty, director of public education and outreach services of the Boston Area Rape Crisis Center; and Cathy Greene, interim executive director of Jane Doe Inc. Harvard Law School Visiting Professor Brenda Cossman will moderate the panel.
About the sponsors:
Students Organized for the Prevention of Domestic Violence is an organization dedicated to the assistance of domestic violence victims through advocacy, community outreach and education.
First published in 1978, the Women's Law Journal has been devoted to developing and advancing feminist jurisprudence, and to combining legal analysis with political, economic, historical and sociological perspectives.
The Women's Law Association encourages the development of a strong community of women at Harvard Law School and helps facilitate the professional development of women during their time at law school and beyond.