Women in the Law

Women in the Law

These law firms got ‘gold honors’ for advancing women lawyers

Law Firms

Suit says Jones Day manager was micromanaged and laid off after pregnancy leave

The Modern Law Library

In ‘The Last Good Girl,’ Allison Leotta tackles the fraught subject of campus rape (podcast)

Careers

Advantaged women are more likely to work full-time, study says: Are better work policies the answer?

Law Firms

Shook Hardy names first woman leader of the firm

Women in the Law

Hackathon will tackle why law firms are failing to keep and promote women lawyers

Careers

Eleanor Alter leads 6-attorney Kasowitz team to new matrimonial boutique

Law Firms

Bias claims against Mintz Levin are revived; associate had searched computer system for evidence

Women in the Law

In Colorado, the number of practicing female lawyers drops sharply each decade, report says

U.S. Supreme Court

These two justices are the most interrupted in oral arguments; is a gender dynamic at play?

Women in the Law

Burned out BigLaw lawyer vents about glass ceiling on Reddit

10 Questions

10 Questions: Groundbreaking transgender judge happily passes the torch in post-Caitlyn age

Asked and Answered

Want to stop bias in the workplace? Here are some constructive tips (podcast with transcript)

Work-Life Balance

Wayne State law dean runs Boston Marathon in just over 6 hours, while 8 months pregnant

Careers

Women lawyers at Wall Street firms are rarely partners, study finds

Obituaries

‘Queen of pro bono’ Esther Lardent dies at age 68

Careers

Retired lawyer, 95, worked at ‘Tokyo Trials’ as legal secretary after WWII, knew Japanese leaders

10 Questions

This Chicago lawyer is working in the tech sector after 5 years as a stay-at-home mom

Your ABA

4 common patterns of bias that women face at work—and how you can correct them

Judiciary

Manhattan federal judge known for groundbreaking e-discovery ruling is retiring from the bench