The nation's law school class of 1988 boasted a student population that was 41 percent female. The '80s, in fact, saw more women than ever going to law school. But where are all of those women today? Sixteen years after they became lawyers, these women should be heading law firms, working as general counsel, and making their mark on the legal world. What happened?
Where's the Class of '88?
September 22, 2004
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