Women - ripe for exploitation?
Sometimes I think Steven Harper and I are in a neck-and-neck race to see who's more cynical about the legal profession. His post in The Am Law Daily about the proliferation of non-partnership tracks in big firms strikes an ominous note. The new positions popping up at big firms (from off-track associates to contract lawyers) are creating an ever-enlarging pool of dead-end, low-paying jobs - what Harper calls "a vast underbelly of lawyers."
Sometimes I think Steven Harper and I are in a neck-and-neck race to see who’s more cynical about the legal profession. His Am Law Daily article about the proliferation of non-partnership tracks in big firms strikes an ominous note.
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