Federal Judge to School Young Women on Power of Education

Kim Wardlaw
Kim Wardlaw

On a clear enough day, Kim Wardlaw can see from her office a sliver of the Rose Bowl, where 20 years ago she shared a monumental moment with her 4-year-old daughter.
On that occasion, Wardlaw and young Katie watched the U.S. women’s national team defeat China for the 1999 Women’s World Cup. At that point, Wardlaw had served for 11 months as a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit.
In a full-circle journey, Wardlaw will be featured on Tuesday, July 9, at the inaugural Women’s Empowerment Symposium at the Rose Bowl, a day before a statue commemorating the World Cup victory will be unveiled. A grown-up Katie, who this month took her LSAT test to get into law school, will introduce her mother at the event. Continue reading “Federal Judge to School Young Women on Power of Education”