Today, women fill nearly half of a typical law school classroom. But things aren't so balanced, gender-wise, on the other side of the lectern. Fully tenured female law professors make up 25.2 percent of law faculties nationwide. They're 34.2 percent of the total law faculty count -- up from 13 percent in 1991. But at that rate of advancement, it'll take another 25 years for women to reach the 50 percent mark. Find out why they still lag behind, and what might help them catch up.
Law Schools: Still a Tough Market for Women
September 20, 2004
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