Recounts the experience of having Mary C. Dunlap as a student at the Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California in Berkeley. Introduction by Dunlap and fellow students, Nancy Davis and Wendy Webster Williams of a course on Women and the Law into the Boalt Hall curriculum; Establishment of the Davis, Dunlap and Williams women' rights law firm, which was later reorganized as the public interest women's rights firm of Equal Rights Advocates, Inc.; Admittance of Dunlap of being involved in a lesbian relationship; Reason given by Dunlap for studying law.



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