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100 Years of Women in Law

January 25, 2019 10:15 am Published by

In 1919 the first woman was admitted to study law at the University of Vienna - a milestone in the history of women in law. Today, 100 years later, women are represented in all legal fields – but they are still facing challenges in their work life. So let’s take a closer look at the history of women in law in Austria.

Women in law in Europe – What’s the situation in my country?

January 16, 2019 10:54 am Published by

There are many opinions and arguments in the discussion about women’s advancement, often based purely on personal experience. They can be very individual and subjective, and may distort the view of the bigger picture. Maybe a closer look at the facts can help to clear up some beliefs that do not reflect reality. Luckily, there is a recent report for the EU parlament’s judicial committee that provides many insightful numbers, facts and analyses.