Does Your Firm's Website Repel Women?

, The American Lawyer

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Five easy fixes to make your website, and thus your firm, more appealing to top female talent.

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  • Linda Subias

    I found this article very useful for recruiting beyond just the law firm scenario, and beyond recruiting to attract women - it‘s just good advice for recruiting, and is much higher quality than much that is out there! Thank you!

  • W.J. Clinton

    In light of all the sour grapes discrimination and fiction-based sexual harassment suits brought by women unhappy with their trajectories at many firms, why would any sane, practical group of partners comprising men and women who get it even consider seeking to attract more women?

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