Women In Law Need Equal Treatment, Not Affirmative Action

Law360 (March 4, 2019, 3:53 PM EST) -- March 8 is International Women's Day, and much will be spoken this month about landmark female figures such as Marie Curie, Nellie Bly and Eleanor Roosevelt. While the month of March — Women’s History Month — is an important opportunity to recognize the contributions made by women of the past, it is also an important time to look to the future and take stock of issues which continue to impact women today.

2018 was hailed by many as “the year of the women.” King Felipe VI of Spain swore-in an unprecedented female-dominated government cabinet, women in Saudi Arabia gained the right...

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