Timothy Pratt writes, "For the first time ever, women make up a slight majority of students enrolled at American Bar Association-accredited law schools, according to data released this week. The ABA data shows 55,728 women are enrolled in law schools. Put another way: 50.3 percent of J.D. students
Caren Ulrich Stacy writes, "Law firms and companies never miss an opportunity to issue a press release about their newest and glossiest plan designed to boost diversity and inclusion. A quick search on Google reveals more than three dozen of these announcements in the last two years. O'Melveny Myer
From the Bronx Chronicle: "The influential City & State magazine will complete its Borough 50 Series with a final stop in the Boogie Down Bronx. The Borough 50 Series ranks the most powerful community leaders from each borough in a special print issue of City & State magazine.
Alice Ross writes, "The UN has dropped the superhero Wonder Woman as an ambassador for empowering girls and women after a brief stint that drew widespread criticism. The campaign around the comic book character, who turned 75 this autumn, lasted for less than two months. Among its key aims were cha
Laura Cohn writes, "When former Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson reached a $20 million settlement in her headline-making sexual harassment lawsuit against her former boss, now-ex Fox News chief Roger Ailes, she issued a statement declaring that all women 'deserve a dignified and respectful workplace