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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Pace University Law School’s Summer Justice Academy opens up the world of law for area female high school students. Article from Patch.com A group of 35 young women sat with rapt attention and listened as Elena Goldberg,...read more
Article from NY Daily News These girls are raising the bar for ways to spend summer vacation. Female high school students from the Bronx and Westchester County are participating in a weeklong summer law program at Pace Law School in White Plains, beginning Monday. The...read more
Summer Justice Academy for Young Women featured in NY Daily News Article “Bronx high school girls attending weeklong summer law program at Pace University.”
Article from Pace Law School Newswire The NY Daily News covered Pace Law School’s Summer Justice Academy for Young Women in the story, “Bronx high school girls attend week long summer law program at Pace University.” The academy, now in its third year was founded by...read more
Article from Pace Law School Newswire WHITE PLAINS, NY, July 5, 2011– It was not very long ago that women lacked equal access to law schools and the legal profession. Young women growing up today in underprivileged circumstances may likewise consider a career in the...read more
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