Women Lawyers: Rewriting the Rules

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A.A. Knopf, 1994 - Women lawyers - 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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WOMEN LAWYERS: Rewriting the Rules

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Why many women lawyers are so miserable, and what they can do to change the profession; by attorney-turned-political-scientist Harrington (The Dream of Deliverance in American Politics, 1986 ... Read full review

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The old order of the sexes is breaking apart, but the new is not yet in place. The law is at the center of this reorganization, and women lawyers are powerful agents in it, whether they intend to be ... Read full review



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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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