A unique introduction to the legal profession for H.S. female students.
The Scales of Justice Academy (formerly known as the Justice Academy for Young Women) was founded in 2009 by the Honorable La Tia W. Martin. The program’s goal is to provide underserved high school young women with the skills necessary to succeed in life and, should their interest continue, in law school.Honorable La Tia W. Martin
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Article from Fordham Law News BY SHANE DANAHER ON JUNE 27, 2017 ALUMNI, LAW SCHOOL NEWS, STUDENTS Throughout the summer, Fordham Law School will host a trio of programs aimed at preparing high school and college students from underrepresented communities for careers...read more
Article from Fordham University Newsroom dated May 28, 2015 From July 7–22, Fordham Law School will host the Justice Academy for Young Women, a college and law school preparatory program that combines course work and leadership training for Students from last year's...read more
The Summer Justice Academy for Young Women is proud to announce the launch of their new website! Our website will feature an application for female high school students to apply to our program as well as news updates. Be sure to subscribe to our newsletter for...read more
Article from Pace Law School Newswire “One of the lessons that I grew up with was to always stay true to yourself and never let what somebody else says distract you from your goals.”– First Lady Michelle Obama, an accomplished attorney WHITE PLAINS, NY—The Summer...read more
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