There are only a few days left in the month of March, however, celebrating the historic accomplishments of women can continue all year. Visit the Women and the Law section of our website to learn about Michigan women who’ve blazed a trail in the legal field. Then be sure to visit our membership page to renew or begin a membership that will help us fund a permanent exhibit featuring the early women of the Court.
Additionally, our friends at the Michigan Women’s Historical Center and Hall of Fame recently opened a new exhibit entitled Women Who Dared to Lead, which features photos and biographies of several important women in the law, including our first woman justice Mary Stallings Coleman, Society founder Dorothy Comstock Riley, and former Justices Patricia Boyle and Elizabeth Weaver. The exhibit runs into next February and can be viewed during regular visiting hours for the museum, which is located at 213 W. Malcom X Street, Lansing 48933.
Shown in this photo are the exhibit label for Justices Coleman and Boyle, and a campaign sign from Justice Boyle’s re-election campaign. Read more about Patricia Boyle’s impressive legal career in her Hall of Fame biography.