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Who served as first chair of the American Bar Association’s Commission on Women?

Answer: Hillary Rodham Clinton. During Clinton’s term as chair of the Commission, she oversaw a report based on national hearings which concluded that, despite the exponential growth in the number of women becoming lawyers, discriminatory barriers remained which made it difficult for women to fully participate in the legal profession.

Source: The First Woman To Stand Up For Women In The Legal Profession At The ABA | Above the Law