Source: Harvard Business Review
No area of the business world is more illogically gender imbalanced than law firms. Every year, top law firms recruit 60% female and 40% male law graduates into their practices. Within two years, their female majorities begin to leave. The percentage of female equity partners is now 17% in the top 100 US law firms.
The strangest part is that women lawyers aren’t leaving the profession. They are only leaving law firms, taking on corporate, government or regulatory roles instead. ...
Full article at: Harvard Business Review
May 27 2014, 11:00am CDT