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“A Woman Had a Place, and It Was Not Out Practicing Law”

texasmonthly.com — When Dusty Burke, a partner at the prestigious law firm Vinson & Elkins, entered the University of Texas Law School in 1965, she was one of only six female students in a class of hundreds. At the time, few women practiced law; from 1920 to 1970, the number of female attorneys in Texas hovered at less than four percent.
Oct 01, 2014

My Q&A with Dusty Burke on going to @UTexasLaw school w/ Kay Bailey in mid-60s when no law firm would dare hire women texasmonthly.com/story/%E2%80%9…

Sep 30, 2014

What was it like being a woman at UT Law in the '60s? Read my Q&A with Dusty Burke, who recalls the "Ladies' Lounge." texasmonthly.com/story/%E2%80%9…

The Perry Indictment

texasmonthly.com — Rick Perry's legal options.
Sep 30, 2014

A nice flowchart from @TexasMonthly on what has happened and what could happen with the governor's indictment: texasmonthly.com/story/perry-in…