American Bar Association President Hilarie Bass has presented findings from a series of studies conducted this year aimed at pinpointing gender discrimination and disparities in law firms.
The ABA’s longitudinal study revealed that despite today’s high number of female law school graduates and associates, only 25 percent of women are likely to remain in the profession by age 50. Ultimately, Bass wants to see more long-term retention and advancement of women in law.
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