The Law: The 120% Solution

Women have been suing to get nearly everything from a table down at Mory's to a baseball umpire's uniform. Now they are successfully using the law against the profession itself. Five years ago, 13 women law students and recent graduates took on ten blue-chip "Wall Street" law firms. Partners in those firms are among the brightest attorneys in the country and fight on for decades even in seemingly hopeless cases. But the feminists have done remarkably well against the lawyers' home lairs. As of last week, four of the firms agreed to settle the suits by changing their hiring and recruitment...

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