Lawyers newly admitted to the Bar posing for a picture. Unconscious bias levies an "implicit tax" on female lawyers who want to stay and succeed in the profession, the Women in Practice Committee noted.
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TWO candidates have the same qualifications, experience and demeanour. But if one is a woman, and the other is a man, the male candidate is more likely to be hired.
It is a well-worn anecdote heard in many industries, and now, a study by the Law Society points to this...