By Anna Sanders (October 20, 2020, 10:08 p.m. EDT) – The original credits stifle the diversity of law firms by primarily rewarding white male partners who have access to more business because of their race and background gender, according to a panel of experts who fail to address disparities caused by pay systems can hamper recruitment.
When law firms agree to give a share of future profits to lawyers who help start new business even if they do not work for the client, they encourage hoarding and may hinder the rise of women and people of color, experts said during a New York City Bar Association remote panel on the “original sin” of …
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