Georgia Association of Women Lawyers (GAWL)
Founded in 1928, the Georgia Association for Women Lawyers (GAWL) has been proudly serving the diverse interests of women lawyers in Georgia. GAWL's founders included Minnie Hale Daniel (President, 1928-1929), the first woman to graduate from law school in Georgia, and Betty Cobb Reynolds (President 1929-1930), the first woman to pass the Georgia State bar examination. GAWL has been a pioneering bar organization for the entirety of its history, staying true to its mission to enhance the welfare and development of women lawyers and to support their interests.
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