Women's Law Caucus

Washington University in St. Louis School of Law


About the Women's Law Caucus

The Women’s Law Caucus, founded in 1972, strives to emphasize the development and achievements of women in the field of law, while fostering relationships among law students, faculty and community at large. One of the largest and most active student-run organizations in the Law School, the WLC seeks to educate students about issues facing women in the legal field, and inspire members to overcome gender-based barriers. Through public service projects and outreach to leading female lawyers and academics, our members build foundations for their futures in law. The value of the organization lies in our diverse backgrounds and experiences; we seek to cultivate a stimulating and supportive environment where students can equally contribute to, and share in, this resource.

The Women's Law Caucus is the largest student-run group at Washington University School of Law.

Learn. Lead. Inspire.

Upcoming Events

Information will be posted when available.

International Women's Day
March 16, 2015
Speaker: Paulette Brown
President-Elect, ABA
Time: 4:00 PM, Reception follows
Place: AB Hall, Bryan Cave Moot Courtroom (No. 310)