An “invasion” of female lawyers that was first heralded 100 years ago has finally arrived, former president Mary McAleese has said.
“Unlike other invasions,” McAleese said, “It has been a welcome assault on the sexist prejudices and structures which kept women in a state of wasted talent and under-achievement.”
A qualified barrister, the former president said the women‘s revolution had been a slow-burning one in her profession. The Belfast native...
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