In the legal industry’s whisper network—where allegations of sexual misconduct are quietly spread, but rarely amplified—the whispers often land in the ears of legal recruiters.
Several legal recruiters who spoke with The American Lawyer said they had heard stories of sexual misconduct at law firms through their work with lateral candidates. How recently and how frequently they had heard the stories varied, as did the nature and severity of the allegations they heard.
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