Law Firms And Women Partners: You're Doing It Wrong (Jordan Furlong, Edge Int'l)


According to the National Association of Women Lawyers, in an article at, women today constitute just 15% of equity partners in AmLaw 200 law firms.

Set aside for a moment any considerations of fairness or gender equity — although those considerations are completely real and valid. Look at the issue purely from a strategic perspective. It’s still ridiculous.

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Topics:  Billable Hours, Discrimination, Gender Discrimination, Gender Equity, Law Firm Partners, Women in the Law

Published In: Professional Practice Updates

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