Katherine "Kate" Stoneman, Class of 1898, was the first woman admitted to practice law in New York, paving the way for thousands who followed.
Keynote speaker - Nancy Hogshead-Makar, J.D.
The Kate Stoneman Awards are given to individuals in the legal profession who have demonstrated a commitment to seeking change and expanding opportunities for women.
Since 1994, these honorees have been recognized for their outstanding contributions to ensuring equity and fairness in the legal profession for women of all races, ages and religions.
Kate Stoneman left a lasting impact. Her name still makes headlines — read the latest here.
Help ensure that Kate Stoneman's contributions to society are recognized and continued.