In a recent article on women in The Federal Lawyer, Associate Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg pointed out that although 30% of all lawyers are women, they account for only 15% of general counsels of FORTUNE 500 companies, and only 17% of law firm partners…At the federal level, the administrations of Presidents Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon and Ford – combined – had appointed only 6 women to Article III courts…President Carter appointed 40 Federal judges and President Reagan appointed the first Associate Justice of the Supreme Court Sandra Day O’Connor. President Reagan also appointed 20 women to other federal courts…The first President Bush, in one term, appointed 26 women judges…President Clinton appointed a “grand total of 104 women judges” in 8 years and the second President Bush has appointed 52 women federal judges to date.