Jeanne “Cezy” Collins has her eye on cracking the legal profession’s glass ceiling.
That’s one reason the El Paso lawyer has numerous leadership positions in a long list of legal profession organizations.
“We’ve come a long way, but we haven’t finished the job” of getting more women into the upper reaches of the legal profession in both private practice and in the judicial system, said Collins, 45, a partner at Kemp Smith, one of El Paso’s oldest law firms with 43 lawyers, including 11 women. “It will take women not being complacent” about making further advances.
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