That the substantive law has changed over the years and continues to do so is not a revelation. Nor is it really unexpected. Indeed, the law prides itself on its ability to justly conform to evolving ideals, changed circumstances and technological advances. To analogize — the law, in this way, is similar to the military’s movement away from horses and bayonets given the changing nature of national defense. But it is not just the substantive law that is changing. So too are its practitioners, which is owing in part to the efforts that many law schools around the country have made to increase diverse and female enrollment.
Chicago Daily Law Bulletin
As Law Changes, So Do Initiatives for Women to Start, Grow Businesses
February 23, 2016