Daily Court Reporter - News Annual 2018: Why women leave the law—and what we can do about it
Annual 2018: Why women leave the law—and what we can do about it
The issue of women leaving the practice of law at what should be the height of their careers, and what can be done about it was the focus of one of ABA President Hilarie Bass’ initiatives. At the ABA Annual Meeting in Chicago, the “Long-Term Careers for Women in Law: What’s Pushing Women Out and What Can We Do to Keep Them in the Profession?” program laid out what a year’s worth of scientific research has revealed about the dilemma.
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Date Published: August 23, 2018