The Legal History and Politics of Violence Against Women & Girls, 12/1

The Political Science Department and the Women’s Studies Program present:

The Legal History and Politics of Violence
Against Women & Girls
with Dr. Juley Fulcher
Ph.D. in Psychology, Johns Hopkins University
J.D., Georgetown University

December 1, 2005
1:00 p.m.
Cohen Lounge, Dickson Hall

Dr. Juley Fulcher, esq. is an internationally recognized scholar and activist, specializing in the psychology and legal aspects of domestic abuse. She has worked extensively with NOW Legal Defense and Education Fund and she was instrumental in drafting legislation to reauthorize the Violence Against Women Act. Dr. Fulcher has testified before Congress on many occasions, has lectured throughout Japan, and has been interviewed extensively by the media, including CNN, Fox News, and CBS. Dr. Fulcher is the Director of Break the Cycle in Washington, D.C., an organization devoted to ending domestic violence by working with young people ages 12-22.

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Don't miss this rare opportunity to meet an extraordinary speaker!

Refreshments will be served.

Of interest to students considering careers in law, psychology, counseling, activism, health, women’s issues, and politics.

Free and open to the public.

For more information, please contact Alicia Remolde at WMST@mail.montclair.edu