Gender Balance; Law Firms Have More Women Associates But Leadership Roles Are Elusive
VOL. XXIV, NO. XXVI
Focus piece about women's issues in Maine's law industry.
Law, law firms, lawyers, law school, leadership, Verrill Dana, Michele Pattenaude, Jacqueline Rider, University of Maine School of Law, National Association of Women Lawyers, pay equity, gender diversity, sexual harassment, discrimination, Danielle Conway, Maine Bar Association, Maine Law Review, Connecticut Asian Pacific Bar Association, Massachusetts LGBTQ Bar Association, Asian American Lawyers Association of Massachusetts, Bernstein Shur, job retention, career recruitment, David Barry, Pierce Atwood, Sigrid Tompkins, Gloria Pinza, Joan Fortin, Olympia Snowe Women's Leadership Institute, Ocean and Coastal Law Journal, LGBT Law & Policy Group, Justice for Women, PreLaw Undergraduate Scholars Program
Schreiber, Laurie, "Gender Balance; Law Firms Have More Women Associates But Leadership Roles Are Elusive" (2018). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 7475.