At the Women, Law, and Legal Advocacy seminar, Daniela learned that there are opportunities for practicing law outside of the courtroom.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said, “If you're going to change things, you have to be with the people who hold the levers.” For most of my life, I attempted impacting positive change exclusively through community service. Whether it was collecting donations for the Make-A-Wish Foundation with my family or collecting signatures for causes I believed … Continue reading A RePLENishing Experience
Throughout the fall semester of my senior year at the University of Cincinnati, for no reason I could pinpoint, I began to feel directionless. I knew I wanted to attend law school, but I had lost sight of why I wanted to pursue law, and the idea of figuring out what I wanted to do … Continue reading Thanks to PLEN, I’m a Woman with a PLAN
The Women, Law, and Legal Advocacy seminar confirmed Darla's passion for law, but taught her about a new path to get there.
Jenny and Wintta are on opposite sides of the political spectrum, but their friendship shows the importance of connecting with and learning from people of all backgrounds and perspectives.
Struggling with what feels like constant negativity towards women, Simone Browne found a supportive environment of women empowering each other at PLEN.
As a theater major, Noni Ford wasn't sure about her interest in a law career until she met students and speakers at PLEN who also had diverse interests.
At the PLEN Women, Law, and Legal Advocacy seminar, Olivia Barkley learned how powerful it is to be surrounded by a group of supportive women.
Victoria LaRocca attended PLEN to learn more about how to pursue a career in law and politics.
PLEN gave Linnea Peterson the connections, information, and skills she needs to begin a legal career.