Women lawyers: rewriting the rules

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Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group, 1994 - Law - 265 pages
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On the basis of over 100 interviews with women lawyers, most of them graduates of the Harvard Law School, and with pointed examples from their careers, Harrington has written an immensely useful analysis that pinpoints key issues holding women back in a predominantly male profession. Must reading for every woman in the midst of--or contemplating--a career in the law.

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User Review  - Sybil Gelin - Goodreads

Extremely well-written. Refreshing to read about women who find the practice of law to be anything but a "liberating" experience. As a woman who plans to go to law school in a couple years, I'd definitely recommend this as a must-read for all law school/lawyer hopefuls (of both sexes). Read full review

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User Review  - Pennylope - Goodreads

read before law school...prob would do me good to do again. Read full review

Contents

NoMansLand
3
Professors
41
Fathers
69
Copyright

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About the author (1994)

Harrington served as a lawyer in the State Department and taught political science and women's studies before turning into a full time writer.

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