Professor Lucy Marsh, left, is hugged by fellow law professor K.K. DuVivier after an announcement that a judge has indicated support for a $2.66-million settlement in a lawsuit against the University of Denver law school on behalf of the two and five other female law professors who were paid less than their male colleagues at a news conference Thursday, May 17, 2018, in Denver. Marsh filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which prompted the agency to review the dispute and file the suit.
Professor Lucy Marsh, left, is hugged by fellow law professor K.K. DuVivier after an announcement that a judge has indicated support for a $2.66-million settlement in a lawsuit against the University of Denver law school on behalf of the two and five other female law professors who were paid less than their male colleagues at a news conference Thursday, May 17, 2018, in Denver. Marsh filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which prompted the agency to review the dispute and file the suit. David Zalubowski AP Photo
Professor Lucy Marsh, left, is hugged by fellow law professor K.K. DuVivier after an announcement that a judge has indicated support for a $2.66-million settlement in a lawsuit against the University of Denver law school on behalf of the two and five other female law professors who were paid less than their male colleagues at a news conference Thursday, May 17, 2018, in Denver. Marsh filed a complaint with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, which prompted the agency to review the dispute and file the suit. David Zalubowski AP Photo

Female law professors hope settlement leads to change

May 17, 2018 06:38 PM