A new survey released by the American Bar Association and ALM Intelligence is addressing why women are leaving big law. The Walking Out The Door: The Facts, Figures, and Future of Experienced Women Lawyers in Private Practice study is part of an ABA initiative launched by former-President Hilarie Bass. Over the past decades, women have made up roughly 45-50% of entering associate classes at large law firms, however, women make up only 30% of non-equity partners and 20% of equity partners.

Read the full report at the ABA site (PDF).

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