Women and their male allies in the plaintiffs bar want to see more women in charge of big, multiplaintiff cases. This week in Atlanta, a group of leading lawyers and judges from around the country convened to figure out how to make it happen.
It’s a conversation that big corporate defense firms have been having for years: how women can overcome barriers and biases that have kept men controlling most major matters. Research presented at the invitation-only conference in Atlanta, held by Duke Law’s Center for Judicial Studies, addresses the imbalances on the plaintiffs side.
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