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August 2002, Vol. 125, No. 8
The influx of women into legal professions: an economic analysisJoe G. Baker
Women are increasingly attracted to the field of law, possibly because of its favorable economic factors, such as relatively high earnings early in the career and ease of re-entry into the field after periods of nonparticipation in the labor force.
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