Sexual Harassment Is Thriving in Big Law

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Thanks to law professors Joanna Grossman at Southern Methodist University and Deborah Rhode at Stanford University, we now have a primer on sexual harassment on the job.

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  • jill

    I was sexually harassed and then penalized for filing a complaint while working in Big Law. The feeling was that the firm knew how to cover its ass to get away with it and did not have a huge interest in addressing the issue even though it made us all watch the training videos ad nauseum. The whole office (Silicon Valley office of NY-based Big Law firm) was a giant cesspool of inappropriate behavior because the Managing Partner was the worst offender. He was also a huge rainmaker so NY tried to rein him in multiple times, but after one affair too many over 15-ish years, finally hastened his exit.

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