Dana Alvaré is a Research Fellow for the Women in Legal Leadership Project, which is a Dean’s Special Project of the Sheller Center for Social Justice at Temple University’s Beasley School of Law. Dana is a lawyer and doctoral candidate in sociology of gender and law at the University of Delaware where her research focuses on law and society, specifically gender in the legal profession. She teaches sociology courses at both Temple University and the University of Delaware. Prior to her work in academia, Dana practiced land use and municipal law in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.
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