A new report on why women leave law firms adds to mounting concerns the pandemic could leave women and minorities in Big Law further behind, or even push them out entirely.
The American Bar Association this week published a study citing pay, promotion and credit discrepancies, as well as isolation, long billing hours and unpredictable schedules, as among the top reasons why women ultimately leave the practice.
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