With this issue, we begin a dialogue on women and the law. We are interested in receiving brief comments as well as longer essays on legal issues of general concern.
Ruth Bader Ginsburg is a professor of law at Columbia University. Many of the cases she bas argued have been pivotal in the Supreme Court's recognition of the existence of women's rights in this country. The following discussion was held in April 1975 with representatives of the Association of Women in Science (AWIS). It is reprinted, with permission, from the Spring 1975 (Vol. IV, No. 2) issue of the AWIS Newsletter.