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Too Few Women in Court

April 25, 2016, The American Lawyer

Phyllis Jones is featured in this American Lawyer story about women litigators who have developed successful careers despite the low numbers of women trial lawyers. According to Jones, "Getting trial experience in the law firm setting is tough for women and men. She continues, "Firms need to be focused on getting female associates the opportunity to get experience."

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