Peg Dougherty, past president of Idaho Women Lawyers, listens to candidates being interviewed for open magistrate positions last month at the Ada County Courthouse. While women applied for the magistrate openings, no women applied for two recent district judgeship vacancies in the Treasure Valley. “We’re fairly disappointed,” Dougherty says.
Peg Dougherty, past president of Idaho Women Lawyers, listens to candidates being interviewed for open magistrate positions last month at the Ada County Courthouse. While women applied for the magistrate openings, no women applied for two recent district judgeship vacancies in the Treasure Valley. “We’re fairly disappointed,” Dougherty says. doswald@idahostatesman.com
Peg Dougherty, past president of Idaho Women Lawyers, listens to candidates being interviewed for open magistrate positions last month at the Ada County Courthouse. While women applied for the magistrate openings, no women applied for two recent district judgeship vacancies in the Treasure Valley. “We’re fairly disappointed,” Dougherty says. doswald@idahostatesman.com

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