Rowan Bennett writes on Law.com, "Sixty-five general counsel from major companies in the U.K. and Europe have signed a statement calling for law firms to push harder for diverse ranks. So far, GCs to have signed up span the GC 100, the European GC association, and the Cac 40 (the French FTSE equival
Iliana Magra writes in The New York Times, "Iran has faced international condemnation after one of the country’s most prominent human rights lawyers, detained for eight months, said she had been sentenced to a total of 38 years in prison and 148 lashes, according to her husband.
David Morgan writes in CBS News, "An analysis of nearly 100 million traffic stops across the country found that black drivers are stopped more often than white drivers; they are also about twice as likely to be searched by police.
Jennifer Eberhardt, one of the world's leading experts on unconsciou
Isaac Chotiner writes in The New Yorker, "This month, the mathematician Karen Uhlenbeck became the first woman to win one of the field’s most prestigious awards, the Abel Prize, which is awarded by the Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters. Uhlenbeck, who is seventy-six and an emeritus professor
Kevin Kelleher writes in Fortune, "Jotaka Eaddy arrived in Silicon Valley after years of working for groups like community organizer USAction and the NAACP. But despite her formidable accomplishments, she couldn’t help second-guessing herself in tech, an industry facing a chronic under-representatio