Who's bringing cupcakes? Too often, female lawyers are expected to do office 'housework,' book says

Women are saddled with more household tasks than men, but the problem doesn’t end there.

Too often, female lawyers and other professional women are expected to do office “housework,” according to University of California at Hastings law professor Joan Williams, who is director of the school’s Center for WorkLife Law.

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