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Beyond #MeToo: How Female Lawyers Are Mobilizing Online

By Natalie Rodriguez (March 18, 2018, 10:02 PM EDT) -- Inspired by the #MeToo movement sweeping the nation, California employment lawyer Beth Mora attempted earlier this year to rally members of her local bar association to anonymously share their own #MeToo-in-the-law moments.

She expected to receive around 50 such stories after sending a mass email to the members of the Contra Costa County Bar Association, but she got only five. Three were from men.

Editor's note: This article introduces a series on how the #MeToo movement is affecting the legal industry, based on reporting that includes a survey of the largest U.S. law firms. The series will appear starting next week. To...

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