Women lawyers aren’t nearly as satisfied with their career experiences at law firms as men are, according to the annual Profile of the Legal Profession released Thursday by the American Bar Association. And they have some pretty compelling reasons for feeling that way.
As the number of women lawyers continues to grow and female law students outnumber men, according to the same report, law firm leaders desperate to attract and retain the best talent may want to take note of why so many women in the profession are unhappy.
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