Dear sisters, dear daughters: strategies for success from multicultural women attorneys
This book is a unique, inspirational collection of letters from 44 experienced, highly accomplished women attorneys of color to the next generation outlining various roadmaps for success in the legal profession as a minority woman attorney. The book is organized by practice setting, and at the end of each chapter are tips for success from the authors featured in that chapter. The essays end with a response from a sister/daughter from the next generation.
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Chapter Two Solo and Small Firm Practices
Chapter Three Serving the Public
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