Alicia Adamczyk and Lauren Wood write, "On Thursday night, Hillary Clinton will make history as the first woman to accept the nomination as a presidential candidate by a major U.S. political party. It will be an awe-inspiring moment, and not just because of its historic import. In the U.S., women
Natalie Runyon writes, "According to a recent article in The American Lawyer, it will be 2181 before gender parity is achieved among Big Law equity partnership ranks. This was the eye-opening fact that kicked off the third Transforming Women’s Leadership in the Law roundtable dinner, this time in
Danielle Paquette writes, "The battle over Michigan State University’s women-only lounge began with a rival school’s male professor. Mark Perry, who teaches economics at the University of Michigan’s Flint campus, had stumbled upon a news story about the 91-year-old room in MSU’s sprawling student
David Perla writes, "Imagine you are a woman in your first month at a largelaw firm. Imagine that you escape the office to attend yourdaughter’s dance recital, and that when it ends, you find yourphone littered with missed calls from the female chair of yournew firm. If you expected to hear a friend
From Legal Momentum: "Judges demand sex in exchange for visas or favorable custody decisions, landlords threaten to evict tenants unless they have sex with them, supervisors condition job security on sex, and principals condition student graduation on sex. These are only a few faces of 'sextortion.'