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Law Office Management

Feb. 2, 2007

We're Outta Here

Law firms are in a crisis: Female associates are leaving at an alarming rate, while the number of women partners remains stagnant. Here's why. By Malaika Costello-Dougherty

By Malaika Costello-Dougherty
     
      Why Women Are Leaving Big Firms
     
      Genevieve S. Orta is the type of young attorney firms want to hire and keep: sharp, well-spoken, charming, self-assured-and looking the part of the capable attorney, in her crisp, tailored clothes. But like many other young female associates, Orta, 38, re...

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