Have You Tried Making Partner at Your Law Firm? We Want to Hear From You

Even in workplaces with a commitment to diversity, promotion decisions can leave women and people of color underrepresented at the upper ranks.

A widely read article this week by Noam Scheiber and John Eligon shed light on that reality at the nation’s elite law firms, where internal relationships can play a decisive role in career building.

Focusing on the prominent firm Paul, Weiss, which recently announced an all-white partnership class, the article noted a broader pattern across big law: Diversity at the partner level is far less than among associates, or those starting law school, not to mention the general population.

We’d like to know more about the challenges and career strategies of those who have worked as lawyers at large firms. Tell us your story and we may select it for publication.

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