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- Publisher: [United States]: Dreamscape Media, LLC, 2017.
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When Grace Day decided to become a lawyer, she didn't expect to endure torment from her peers and professors. But once she entered law school, she discovered that most people there believed that women did not belong in the classroom or in the courtroom. And it wasn't only them. After she graduated, no firm in her small Missouri town would hire her. So Grace opened up a private practice and began representing women in divorce court. Soon, she became an expert in family law. Known as the lady lawyer who was tough on men, Grace was a woman ahead of her time, persevering and winning over her enemies-and still inspiring women today.
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