No longer a minority, Wake Forest Law’s long history of strong women leaders influence current students
February 6th, 2017 | Student Life | Comments Off
In 1966, Rhoda Billings graduated first in her class from Wake Forest University School of Law. She was the only woman.
The year Billings enrolled in law school — 1963 — was also the year the American Bar Association (ABA) first began recording data on gender and law school enrollment. Fifty years after Billing’s graduation, women make up the majority of students enrolled at ABA-accredited law schools.
But Billings (JD ’66) is just one remarkable woman in a long line of strong women leaders at Wake Forest Law.