Childcare commitments are the most frequently cited factor for women leaving Big Law, according to a survey of more than 1,200 senior partners by ALM Intelligence and the American Bar Association.
In “Walking Out the Door: The Fact, Figures, and Future of Experienced Women Lawyers in Private Practice,” about 58% of women respondents cited caretaking duties as an “important influence on women leaving their firms.”
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