Presumed equal: what America's top women lawyers really think about their firms
America's top women lawyers were polled about what they really think about their firms, and the responses are addressed in "Presumed Equal". The book boldly names and ranks firms based on women attorneys' own assessments of their experiences. This is an inside look at how large firms compare in terms of the opportunities and quality of life they offer to women attorneys.
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