'Get Gritty' Is the New Career Advice for Women Lawyers

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The Grit Project, launched by the ABA's Commission on Women in the Profession, preaches the importance of grit and growth mindset.

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  • Ronique Breaux Jordan

    ..."Grit" seems to be the "verb" necessary to make it...male or female...thanks for the insight ...

  • grifhunter

    Wait, this is a revelation born of a scholarly study? Just a hunch but "grit" is a determinant for male attorney success too.

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