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DISPARITY – Part of the reason for the 53% difference in average pay between male and female partners is because women leave money on the table when negotiating for themselves, say several legal recruiters. Meredith Hobbs reports that women face a bind when negotiating a lateral move because they fear being perceived as aggressive or difficult when they push for money. “Women don’t want to start out on the wrong foot,” says one recruiter.

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