‘Speed’ mentoring

Kevin Lowder

Maxine Lipeles, JD (left), co-director of the Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic and senior lecturer in law, and Pam Dixon, general counsel for the Missouri Lieutenant Governor’s office, participate in “speed” mentoring sessions with law students at Washington University School of Law during Women’s Law Day Sept. 21 in Crowder Courtyard of Anheuser-Busch Hall. The event brought together more than 140 law students and women lawyers, judges and faculty members to celebrate the 140th anniversary of Washington University’s first woman law graduate, Phoebe Couzins (pictured in the background near podium). The Charles and Bunny Burson Fund, the Women’s Law Caucus and the Career Services Office at the law school sponsored the event.