Law360 (November 19, 2021, 11:39 AM EST) -- Law firms' long-standing practice of awarding origination credit and compensation to attorneys who help bring in new business is perceived by many as a barrier to diversity. In this Expert Analysis series, members of the legal industry offer ways to tackle the problem.
Self-Advocacy Tips For Attorneys
Female lawyers and lawyers of colors have historically not been privy to the rules of the origination credit game, but they can employ various strategies to increase the chances of receiving the credit they are due, such as enlisting allies for support and tracking inequity patterns, says Marianne Trost at The Women Lawyers Coach....
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