This Essay looks at gender issues in law firm practice. The author tries to dispel the notion that just women are gaining equal access to the legal profession at the ground level does not mean that they are achieving similar entrée to the upper echelons of law firm practice. The author considers the factors that challenge women's progress at law firms. The article also looks at the mentoring issue with law firm work and how that affects this the same issue.
Elizabeth K. McManus,
INTIMIDATION AND THE CULTURE OF AVOIDANCE: GENDER ISSUES AND MENTORING IN LAW FIRM PRACTICE,
33 Fordham Urb. L.J. 217
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