Half of all female solicitors in England and Wales believe they work too many hours and that flexible working arrangements negatively affect career development, according to a survey released this month by the Association of Women Solicitors and King’s College London.

Eight hundred female solicitors, including partners, associates and assistants at firms ranging from large City outfits to smaller regional and “high street” practices took part in the study, which was carried out last year.

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