Can Litigation Solve Big Law's Gender Equity Problem?

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Big Law has a major gender equality problem, according to David Sanford, the chairman of Sanford Heisler Sharp, who is the lead lawyer in a trio of high-profile gender discrimination cases brought by female partners at Am Law 200 firms.

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  • Alex K.

    This is sloppy journalism. So a lawyer wit ha huge stake in finding perceived injustice at law firms -- amazingly -- thinks the law firms are unjust. That is journalism? A less lazy, less sloppy, less reckless writeup would await the outcome of this guy/‘s cases to see if these allegations are true, would study firm compensation practices and find that men too are subject to all sorts of not-readily-explicable compensation decisions, and that each individual woman is a person, not a gender representative, and that there may well be specific facts explaining what they perceive as bias. Sandford and Wigdor have a huge vested interest in their paranoid -- an d potentially profitable -- view of the world. That doesn‘t turn their fantasies into facts. PS -- I have zero financial or other interest in this issue but am very familiar with large firm compensation decisions.

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