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Women Lawyers Must 'Lean in' to Realize Career Dreams

, The Legal Intelligencer


After spending nearly two decades working in law firms, I have witnessed and experienced enough discrimination and recrimination to know from the front row the many challenges women lawyers face in law firms today.

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  • Eric G. Olsen

    Solid advice for both genders. (Or am I now supposed to say "all" genders?)

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