BWLN Media

In the Media

  • Professor Murray made a guest appearance on The Takeaway to discuss “The Supreme Court's Objectivity is Under Scrutiny” in October 2022
  • Professor Murray joined an episode of the podcast A Starting Point with Mark Kassen and Chris Evans to discuss state abortion laws in August 2022
  • Along with Lourdes Rivera and Monica Raye Simpson, Professor Murray was featured in a May 2022 episode of Ms. Magazine’s On the Issues with Michele Bratcher Goodwin podcast to discuss “Beyond Roe: The Fight for Our Future.”
2021 Appearances
2020 Appearances
2019 Appearances
2018 Appearances


BWLN Podcast

In 2016-17, Jeannie Forrest, BWLN co-founder and former vice dean for development and leadership initiatives at NYU Law, interviewed alumnae across different disciplines and at different stages in their careers as a means to encourage, inspire, and empower women in the legal community and beyond. Browse all BWLN podcast episodes, and subscribe to them on iTunes.


What We’re Reading

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Invisible Women Book Cover
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The Memo Book Cover
My Beloved World Sonia Sotomayor Book Cover
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That's What She Said Book Cover
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What We’re Listening To

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Resource Library

For a more detailed list of resources — including articles, specific podcast episodes, and additional books — visit the BWLN resource library.