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Pay Up: Female lawyers are working for income fairness—by suing their firms - Women and the Law News

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Posted on: Sep 6, 2017

The ABA Journal reports that women at large law firms earn less than their male counterparts and have fewer leadership opportunities. A few women are responding by suing their firms for gender discrimination. Check out this article for a discussion on the pros and cons of their lawsuits.

This article was submitted by Ellen Pactor, Indiana Court of Appeals. If you would like to write or submit content for the Women & the Law Division page, please contact Kim Ferguson at kferguson@indybar.org.

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