A ‘petri dish’ for discrimination – why women end up leaving law firms
Male partners make 44% more than female counterparts, according to a recent report
When a female lawyer files a public complaint against her firm alleging gender discrimination, the firm’s response tends to fit a standard model: a denial of any discrimination and a confirmation of the firm’s commitment to advancing women lawyers.
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