Elsewhere: 1916: In strong contrast to the State of Wyoming, Quebec bans women from entering the legal profession.
This was in contrast with progress in suffrage elsewhere in Canada that year, but it wasn't terribly unusual for the time. Note that the first Woman admitted to the bar in Wyoming had only been admitted two years earlier in spite of suffrage dating back to the late 19th Century and in spite of women already having served as justices of the peace and jurors. Having said that, every US state would have admitted at least one woman to the bar by the early 20th Century and many in the late 19th Century
Clara Brett Martin, the first female lawyer in the British Empire.
In these regards the entire British Empire trailed somewhat behind as the first female lawyer in the Empire, Ontario's Clara Brett Martin, wasn't admitted until 1897 after a protracted struggle to obtain that goal.