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No ‘Appreciable Progress’ for Women in Partnership Ranks

Posted By Administration, Thursday, October 29, 2015

It’s back to the future — and not in a good way for women seeking equity partnership in the nation’s 200 largest law firms.

Women have not made “appreciable progress” since 2006 in either attaining equity partnership or increasing their pay to be on par with their male colleagues once they grasp the brass ring, according to a study by the National Association of Women Lawyers released on Tuesday.

The results: Women represent 18 percent of equity partners, an increase of two percent since 2006, according to NAWL’s findings. Even after they’ve made it into the equity ranks, they make about 80 percent of what their male colleagues bring home. In 2006, women had made 84 percent.

“It really should be unacceptable,” says Bobbi Liebenberg, a partner at Fine, Kaplan and Black, R.P.C, in Philadelphia, a former chair of the American Bar Association Commission on Women in the Profession.

Read the whole story at Bloomberg

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