The Dallas Bar Association’s board of directors is scheduled to vote Thursday on whether the largest organization of women lawyers in North Texas should have an official voice in DBA leadership and policy-making – a move that most lawyers consider an historic development and long overdue. The vote, however, has become mired in controversy, pitting some of the state’s most influential lawyers – and even many long-time friends and law partners – against each other . . .
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