Are Women Lawyers Fundamentally Different From Male Lawyers?

Lisa Hart Shepherd

The setting up of women-only networks and reverse mentoring programmes may be unwittingly undermining gender diversity within law firms, according to new research.

A report by Thomson Reuters that measures the effectiveness of common diversity initiatives warns against programmes that support the ‘erroneous perception that female lawyers are fundamentally different than male lawyers and therefore require special treatment’.

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