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SEXISM IN THE LEGAL PROFESSION; THE CHALLENGES OF FEMALE LAWYERS IN THE SOCIAL FIELD

Today one of the most ardent followers of my blog takes the floor to speak on the topic of sexism in the legal profession especially in the field of social work . So it’s Dorcas on the beat! Kindly encourage her with your comments and reactions!

Sexism in the Legal Profession Photo Credits ms-jd.org

Sexism in the Legal Profession Photo Credits ms-jd.org

“Women generally face lack of equal opportunity not even in the aspect of education but for the fact that a woman is not “deemed serious” even when what she has to bring to the table can cause a much desired change and result. There is a definition that comes with the image of the woman and it means weak, incapable and sometimes unworthy’ the woman symbol has been so derogated to sleep side by side with disdain, contempt, disregard, worthless, and derisive statements”. Wari Wuniya WelyeContinue reading

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THROUGH THE EYES OF A FEMALE LAWYER PART 1

My very good friend and mentee takes the floor to share her experience as a young female lawyer. So it’s Nelo on the beat! Enjoy!Nelo Akorah

As I strolled out of the Police Headquarters, feeling very tired and done for the day, I realized that things were not the same anymore in my life, everything has changed. From the first day I put on my wig and gown and stood before a Judge of Federal Republic of Nigeria, my life changed.Continue reading

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THROUGH THE EYES OF A FEMALE LAWYER PART 2

We continue with the concluding part of Nelo’s Through the Eyes of a Female Lawyer. Enjoy and don’t forget to add your comments and subscribe for our newsletters!

Nelo Akorah

When it comes to a society like ours where being a woman is not of much worth as being a man, or where women are considered subordinate to any man and where they are seen as incomplete or not of much value like the male folks, the demand for her professional service does not roll in easily. It takes her clear hard work, courage, determination, favour from God, consistency and years of experience for her to be recognized or be paid for her services, and be impacted financially.Continue reading

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