2023 marks 70 years since the first women graduated from Harvard Law School. In this video, Sondra Miller ’53 — former associate justice of the Supreme Court of New York and current chief counsel at Goldschmidt & Genovese in White Plains, New York — recalls her experience as one of the few women in this first class. At 93, Miller says she has lived through and benefited from the changes affecting women in the profession since her graduation in 1953 and that she’s been “blessed” to witness the progress that has been made.

From the Spring 2023 Harvard Law Bulletin

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