Law360, New York (January 18, 2017, 2:02 PM EST) -- Every year, statistics on women and minorities in the legal profession are reported. And, every year, these statistics reveal very little change in the number of women and minorities in the ranks of partnership. In response, some firms have adopted policies seemingly designed to encourage diversity and equality. Yet, despite this response, the makeup of law firm leadership largely remains unchanged. In fact, Catalyst estimates “that it will take more than a woman lawyer’s lifetime to achieve equality” with their male counterparts.
So how do law firms change this painfully slow rate of progress? It takes more than adding a diversity...
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