During Juliette Youngblood’s 17 years at Irell & Manella, she rose from associate to partner and, ultimately, to chair of the firm’s entertainment transactions group.

Despite her career success, she says she practiced in a caustic and discriminatory work environment, according to a lawsuit filed on Friday in Los Angeles County Superior Court by Youngblood, who left Irell nearly two years ago.

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