Annalyn Kurtz writes, "When the Fearless Girl statue appeared in lower Manhattan in March, it was, for a while, almost impossible to escape her. Here was a little girl, about four feet tall, staring down the massive bronze Charging Bull, a testosterone-charged symbol of Wall Street bravado. The imag
Rebecca Gale writes, "In February of 2013, I was expecting my first child. I hadn’t told anyone at work. I worked in a newsroom, and while the other reporters were relatively young, few were working moms.
Then we learned layoffs were coming.
Layoffs and buyouts aren’t uncommon in newsrooms, so I w
Dayna Evans writes, "A new study released today by the National Women’s Law Center explains the reasons for needing a Mothers’ Equal Pay Day in the first place. At every education level and in every state, mothers are paid less than fathers. On average, a mother makes about 71 cents to a father’s do
NAWL President Leslie Richards-Yellen was quoted in a Bloomberg article examining progress for women in Big Law since a landmark 1970s gender bias case, Blank v Sullivan & Cromwell. Ms Richards-Yellen addressed NAWL survey data showing slow progress for women in the top 200 law firms. From the artic