National Association of Women Judges hosts "To be or not to be... a judge. "

March 24th, the School of Law was honored to host members of the National Association of Women Judges, District 4, who presented the program "To Be or Not To Be"...A Judge?. The judges joining the panel shared their experiences with a large group of Mason Law alumni and students. The open discussion covered how and why they became judges as well as the challenges and rewards of being a member of the bench. If you were not able to attend the event, an audio archive is available:

Audio: "To Be or Not to Be... A Judge" (MP3, 47MB)

Pictured above: Judge Karen Henenberg, Arlington County General District Court and adjunct faculty member, moderates the panel of distinguished judges, including Judge Leslie Alden, Fairfax County Circuit Court and Mason Law Class of 1983, Judge Beverly Sherman Nash, D.C. Office of Administrative Hearings, Judge M. Hannah Lauck, U.S. Magistrate Court, Eastern District of Virginia, and Judge Gayl Carr, Fairfax County Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court.