I’d be shocked if you don’t know this, but I’ll put it out there anyway: Female lawyers of color are not happy. In fact, 70% of them have left or are considering leaving the legal profession. And even for those who stick it out and make partner, the undercurrent of discontent runs deep.

That comes from the newly released American Bar Association report on female lawyers of color, which says: “While there are few women of color in the ranks of equity partner, those who stay are not necessarily staying because of job fulfillment.”

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