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The team over at Above the Law points us to an interesting event organized by the NYC Bar Association for women lawyers—it's called "Dressing for Success: Fashion Sense for the Workplace," and the program description goes like this: "Join us for a night that no professional woman should miss. Eve Pearl, five-time Emmy Award winning celebrity makeup artist, fashion consultant, author, and national TV personality will discuss how to project a professional image. From determining what is appropriate and suitable for the workplace, including business casual attire, hair and make-up, to demonstrating proper make-up techniques, you can begin utilizing what you learn the next day." So, the question is: Is this sexist? Where's the seminar for guys? We think that male lawyers should demand a fashion/makeup/makeover event too. It'd only be fair. [Above the Law]