Milbank's Bête Noire Is Now Law School Dean
/>You might not remember Michelle Mumford, but I bet folks at Milbank Tweed Hadley & McCloy still do. That's because she said that being a pregnant associate in Milbank's litigation department was akin to being "a leper in the public square—ignored, shunned, rejected." She said that in 2003, after quitting Milbank in frustration, when I interviewed her for The American Lawyer about women in Big Law.
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