National Women's Law Center

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National Women's Law Center
Founded 1972
Key people Nancy Duff Campbell and Marcia Greenberger, Co-Presidents
Focus(es) Advancing the progress of women and girls
Motto With the law on your side, great things are possible!

The National Women's Law Center (NWLC) is a United States non-profit organization founded in 1972 and based in Washington, D.C. Through litigation and policy initiatives, the Center strives to improve the lives of women and their families in the areas of health, employment, family economic security, and education. NWLC was founded by Marcia Greenberger and Nancy Duff Campbell.

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To protect and advance the progress of women and girls at work, in school, and in virtually every aspect of their lives.


The organization promotes laws and policies that work for women and families and focuses on Sexual Assault in the Military, Birth Control, Early Learning, Pregnant Workers and End the Sequester.

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