Resources

ABA - A Current Glance at Women in the Law January 2018

ABA - Commission on Women in the Profession

As the national voice for women lawyers, the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession forges a new and better profession that ensures that women have equal opportunities for professional growth and advancement commensurate with their male counterparts.

ABA - Gender Equity Taskforce

Closing the Gap

Power of the Purse

California Women Lawyers (CLA)

National Association of Women Lawyers

2018 Survey By National Association of Women Lawyers

Each year, the goal of the NAWL Survey has been to provide objective statistics regarding the position and advancement of women lawyers in law firms in particular, and the NAWL Survey remains the only national survey that collects this industry benchmarking data in such detail. The 2018 NAWL Survey marks 12 years of tracking data on the career progression and compensation of women among the top 200 U.S. law firms.

Women in the Workplace

Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles (WLALA)

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