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Selena Rezvani is author of the new book
PUSHBACK: How Smart Women Ask—And Stand Up—For What They Want
and co-president of Women’s Roadmap. Follow her on Twitter at @SelenaRezvani.
For a profession whose guiding tenets include equity in treatment and the elimination of bias, law has some work to do in its own offices.
A bevy of research tells us that, even in the year 2013, professional women are regularly disparaged when they're seen as too vocal. Ignore those studies.
Years ago, Howard Stern quipped, “What is the best thing about having a woman boss?” His answer: “You make more money than she does.”
Perhaps women who reach top leadership levels suffer a form of sexism amnesia?
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