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What if the reader were a homosexual female, but can’t relate at all because the author insists this article is ‘boyfriends only’? Three mentions of boyfriend where “partner” could have been used and a reference to a lawyer being male “one even refers to you as ‘HIS’ learned friend”.
Although if I were being charitable, I would say that it was written from a female perspective and an attempt has been made to make it gender neutral, but the misses are down to, once again LC, poor proofing and editing.
Indeed, the 45 are the rare birds, soaring above the vast majority of women lawyers who still lag well behind their male colleagues.
Right, Am Law doesn’t do a lot of coverage on powerful female attorneys because there aren’t very many powerful female attorneys.
Biglaw is still an old boys’ club, and Am Law is just calling it like it sees it. Now that they’ve done all of this research into the up and coming women in Biglaw, maybe Am Law can figure out how to highlight these ladies in their “normal” coverage of the big, d**k-swinging, bad-ass litigators and dealmakers of the week. Perhaps you know or work with some of the honorees? Hopefully we’ll see their names with some regularity going forward.
Lawyers are notoriously passionate about everything, and it’s simply inevitable that that cute date night you spent days planning will descend into a fierce and unwanted debate.These kinds of lists tend to be nothing more than a popularity contest, but Am Law seemed to do a thorough job in culling through a lot of nominees to come up with their 45 people. What caught my attention was Am Law’s stated reason for putting together the list: Whether it’s “Dealmakers of the Year,” “Litigation Department of the Year,” “Big Suits,” or “Big Deals,” the pages of The American Lawyer typically brim with pictures of men.But time and again, we’ve come across remarkable women lawyers, many of whom fell outside of our deals-and-suits-heavy coverage.Instead of taking a hard look at why our coverage is so male-centric and coming up with a more gender-neutral approach towards identifying the best of the best, we decided to segregate out the women so they don’t have to compete with the big bad men.” I mean, is Am Law trying to tell us that there is no chance that a woman could be “Dealmaker of the Year” (whatever the heck that means)?And what’s with the language “time and again, we’ve come across remarkable women lawyers.” Ya think?