The sisterhood of lawyers has never been more potent. In conference rooms and swanky restaurants, women across the ranks are uniting and brainstorming about what it takes to succeed in a profession that's still predominantly male. But scratch the surface, and some members of the sorority tell another story, that women -- particularly women who are immediate superiors -- can be their worst tormentors. Is the real difference that women expect their female bosses to be nicer, and feel betrayed when they aren't?
Is There Sisterhood in the Legal Profession?
The American Lawyer
May 13, 2009