We are looking for attorneys who have been practicing for at least two years across all generations -- from private, not-for-profit, government and judiciary sectors -- to participate in a cutting-edge research project.
This project explores the racial and ethnic dynamics in the workplace between women of color and white women attorneys. Your participation would involve one confidential session, to be conducted via teleconference in the fall of 2016, that will last approximately 60-90 minutes in length.
The Commission's new online learning library provides access at no charge to resources on a wide range of issues important to the advancement of women lawyers: Grit and Growth Mindset, Leadership, Negotiating Compensation, and Women of Color. Access the learning library
This is a first-of-its-kind empirical study of the participation of women and men as lead counsel and trial attorneys in civil and criminal litigation, based on a random sample of all cases filed in 2013 in N.D. Ill. Download the report