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After the New York State Bar issued a report last summer on women’s underrepresentation in courtrooms, its lead author, former U.S. District Judge Shira A. Scheindlin, followed up with an op-ed in The New York Times. Both her report and article posed a rhetorical challenge for law departments and law firms: If not now, when?

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Miriam Rozen

Miriam Rozen covers the business of law with a focus on law firm-client relationships. Contact her at mrozen@alm.com. Twitter: @MiriamRozen.

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