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 Pace Law School Newswire “I am an ordinary person who has been blessed with extraordinary opportunities and experiences. Today is one of those experiences.” Justice Sonia Sotomayor, on her nomination to the United States Supreme Court WHITE PLAINS, NY—For...read more
Article from Pace Law School Newswire “Society as a whole benefits immeasurably from a climate in which all persons, regardless of race or gender, may have the opportunity to earn respect, responsibility, advancement and remuneration based on ability.” Sandra Day...read more
Article from Pace Law School Newswire The third annual Summer Justice Academy for Young Women hosted this week at Pace Law School was featured in the New York Law Journal and White Plains Patch. The New York Law Journal on Friday ran a photograph of Judge La Tia W....read more
Article from New York Law Journal Supreme court Justices Laura Jacobson of Brooklyn, standing second from right, and La Tia W. Martin of the Bronx participate yesterday at the Summer Justice Academy for Young Women at Pace Law School in White Plains. Some 35 high...read more
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