The Triumphs And Challenges Of Women In The Law, with Bridget Bailey Lipscomb
The Garrulous Gavel
In this episode, our guest is Bridget Bailey Lipscomb, Assistant Director of the Environmental Torts Section at the U.S. Department of Justice, and President of the Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia. Listen in as Bridget describes her path, from growing up on the South Side of Chicago to working in the halls of power in Washington, D.C. We tackle the issue of women in the law, both marveling at how far things have come since the Women’s Bar Association was founded in 1917 (three years before women’s right to vote became a part of the Constitution), but also discussing the challenges women continue to face today in the legal world. Then, we get garrulous with Bridget about her college sorority, and how, just recently, she helped a young woman join that same sorority. It’s a fun story, and also emblematic of Bridget’s tireless efforts to mentor and be a role model for other women. MORE FROM OUR GUEST Bridge Bailey Lipscomb on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/bridget-bailey-lipscomb-5b2b794a/ Bridget Bailey Lipscomb on Twitter: @BridgetLipscom9 The Environmental Tort Litigation Section, Department of Justice: https://www.justice.gov/civil/environmental-tort-litigation-section The Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia: https://wbadc.org/ CONNECT WITH THE SHOW Visit our website: http://thegarrulousgavel.com The Garrulous Gavel on Twitter: https://twitter.com/garrulousgavel The Garrulous Gavel on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/garrulousgavel Contact us: email@example.com More about Jon Tycko: https://www.fraudfighters.net/people/jonathan-tycko/
Making A Difference: A Conversation with DOJ and WBA’s Bridget Bailey Lipscomb
In the first of three spring episodes of the series, "Making A Difference: Inspirational Women Leaders in Environmental and Energy Law and Policy," D.C. Bar EENR Community Co-Chair Kathryn Caballero and Cathy Pagano of the Board of the Women's Bar of Association of DC (WBA) interview Bridget Bailey Lipscomb, who holds two pivotal leadership roles, as Assistant Director of the Environmental Torts section at the U.S. Department of Justice's Civil Division and as President of the WBA. Bridget shares the work of her office in defending the U.S. in environmental contaminant exposure cases and the impact of her work with the WBA in advocating for women in the legal profession. She also discusses how the discrimination she faced in her early career as a Black female attorney in Knoxville, Tennessee inspired her to help other attorneys succeed. Please note, the positions and opinions expressed by the speakers are strictly their own, and do not necessarily represent the views of their employers, nor those of the D.C. Bar, its Board of Governors or co-sponsoring Communities and organizations.
Bridget Bailey talks about her battle with ARFID, usually an undiagnosed eating disorder that caused many issues in her life. We talk about how to approach someone with an eating disorder and what helps the victim be more successful in recovery. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/openairwithava/support
Bridget Bailey in conversation with Roger Kneebone
Countercurrent: conversations with Professor Roger Kneebone
Bridget Bailey is a leading textile artist and designer who co-founded the Bailey Tomlin brand, creating and producing millinery for major labels. In this conversation we explore ideas around inspiration, precision and perfectionism. Over the years Bridget has moved from creating ‘trim’ for hats to more abstracted work which has echoes of the natural world. bridgetbailey.co.uk
Bridget Bailey is a milliner and textile artist based at the Clockwork studios in London. Bridget's work explores the natural world through exploration with textile and millinery techniques to maker her pieces.Training in textiles at Farnham Bridget went on to explore millinery as a medium. Bridget is known her one-off pieces that extend the mind as to what materials and techniques can be used to create a piece of art. Working in her London studio surrounded by dyes and materials Bridget works to make one-off pieces for exhibitions and commissions.Bridget will have work on display at the Made London Marylebone The Design and Craft Fair from 18th to the 21st Oct open 10.30am – 5.00pm each day.Made London Marylebone is an annual contemporary craft and design fair where the very best of national and international designer-makers present and sell their work to the public. Over 120 exhibitors across all media showcase their original, unique and exceptional work to the capital. The event is held at One Marylebone, 1 Marylebone Rd, London NW1 4AQ.Thank you to our current supporters of Millinery.Info - The Essential Hat and Louise Macdonald MillinerWe hope you have enjoyed listening to this podcast today. There a few ways in which you can support us to continue to bring milliners making content for milliners. The future of Millinery.Info looks to continue to provide quality industry relevant information and discussions.Your support helps bring more content of this quality. We are working towards growing a larger international coverage through images of millinery events and podcast interviews with leaders within the industry. Donate through Patreon to become a supporter or share this page with a friend via email or on social media.