Violette Neatley Anderson becomes the first black woman admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court.
Violette Neatley Anderson was the first female black law school graduate in the state of Illinois. On January 29, 1926, she became the first black woman to practice law at the United States Supreme Court.
Violette Anderson – Lawyer – Associated Links
- Violette Neatly Anderson | BlackPast: http://www.blackpast.org/aah/anderson-violette-neatley-1882-1937
- “Violette Neatly Anderson, an early legal representative” | African America Registry: http://www.aaregistry.org/historic_events/view/violette-anderson-early-legal-representative
- “Violette N. Anderson: First Black Female Attorney to Practice Before U.S. Supreme Court” | Black Then: https://blackthen.com/violette-n-anderson-first-black-female-attorney-to-practice-before-u-s-supreme-court/
- “Violette Neatley: Trailblazer for Women” | Los Angeles Sentinel: https://lasentinel.net/violette-neatley-trailblazer-for-women.html
- Violette Anderson | Black in Time: http://www.blackintime.info/black-in-time-a-moment-in-our-history/-violette-neatly-anderson-became-the-first-black-woman-to-practice-law-before-the-united-states-supreme-court
- Violette Anderson | Revolvy: https://www.revolvy.com/main/index.php?s=Violette%20Neatley%20Anderson
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