Intersectionality and the Careers of Black Women Lawyers
legal profession, diversity, discrimination, law firms, gender
This article, which is based on the findings presented in the full report, focuses specifically on issues of intersectionality by highlighting key areas in which gender differences among black law graduates are particularly salient. As the following sections demonstrate, while much progress has been made, black lawyers continue to face significant obstacles in their legal careers. Moreover, that black women continue to face particularly high barriers is of paramount importance given that the majority of black law graduates are women.
Wilkins, David B. and Fong, Bryon, "Intersectionality and the Careers of Black Women Lawyers" (2017). Legal Profession. 12.