The legal profession will need to make sacrifices, specifically by spending more money on flex-time programs and the like, if there is to be equality between the sexes in the professional workplace, said Supreme Judicial Court Justice Judith A. Cowin at the Women’s Bar Association Annual Meeting.

Instead of women emulating men in the workplace, the solution to achieving equality rests with society’s willingness to accept the fundamental differences between the sexes and their roles, Cowin said.

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