For more than a year, the University of Maryland School of Law and the Project for Attorney Retention at the Center for WorkLife Law have engaged in a major research project to explore the decisions male and female lawyers make in shaping their careers and assess their satisfaction with those decisions. Researchers gathered data from more than 600 surveys and held focus groups with attorneys representing a diversity of ages and career paths.


Submissions from 2009


Compilation of Studies in Gender and the Legal Profession, Alison Silber