On July 7-12, 2016, Professor Sanders participated in the Tenth Annual Lutie A. Lytle Black Women Law Faculty Writing Workshop at the University of Iowa College of Law. Professor Sanders gave two presentations at this conference. The first was a work-in-progress entitled The Gay Divorcee. The second was an incubator project entitled Getting Ahead of Ag-Gag. Professor Sanders also served as a member of the planning committee for the conference. The conference was attended by nearly 120 black women law faculty from across the nation. In the ten years since the first workshop in 2007 (also held at the University of Iowa College of Law), conference participants have produced 652 law review articles, 72 book chapters, and 34 books. Lutie A. Lytle, the daughter of a former slave, was admitted to the Criminal Court in Memphis, Tennessee in 1897 after passing an oral exam. At the time it was reported that Lytle was the first African American woman licensed to practice law in Tennessee and the third African American woman licensed to practice law in the United States. That same year, she became the first African American woman admitted to the Kansas bar. In 1898, Lytle became the first female law professor in the nation, and the world, when she joined the faculty at Central Tennessee College of Law. Professor Sanders became the first African-American woman to join the faculty at the University of Idaho College of Law in June 2011. She received tenure in June 2016.