August 04, 2018

Annual Meeting 2018: Researchers present data, strategies for keeping senior women lawyers on the job

Grim statistics are the focus of “Long-Term Careers for Women in Law: What’s Pushing Women Out and What Can We Do to Keep Them in the Profession?,” a program highlighting the problems of gender equality at the upper echelons of the legal profession.

Aiming for date-driven results, researchers and senior women lawyer-panelists discuss the findings of surveys and focus groups that are a key component of ABA President Hilarie Bass’ initiative Achieving Long-Term Careers for Women in Law.

Panelists:

Roberta Liebenberg
Co-chair, Advisory Council
Achieving Long-Term Careers for Women

Stephanie Scharf
Chair, ABA Commission on Women

Andrew Neblett
President, ALM Intelligence

Joanne Epps
Provost, Temple University

Joyce Sterling
Professor of Legal Ethics
University of Denver Sturm College of Law