A standing-room crowd of more than 300 lawyers, all but a handful women, showed up earlier this month for a spirited half-day symposium at the New York City Bar Association on a question that seems not to go away: When will the legal profession see sex equality throughout its ranks?

In 1992, the city bar’s Committee on Women in the Profession published a lengthy statistical report entitled “Glass Ceilings and Open Doors,” which found:

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