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Posted on: Aug 9, 2016

Women do not appear to be leaving the law disproportionally in key childbearing years or at partner promotion years. Instead, what the data reveals is a slow but consistent departure. This suggests that the reasons why women are more likely to leave the law than their male counterparts may be more complicated and more diverse than initially thought.

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