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Jennifer Shoaf Richardson Discusses Explicit and Implicit Bias Against Women in the Legal Profession

Jennifer Shoaf Richardson discusses implications of women facing widespread gender bias in the legal profession in "'You Don't Look Like a Judge': Female Jurists, Lawyers Mistaken for Assistants," published by Daily Business Review.

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