Outright sexism still commonplace in law despite profession's push for change

"The views which sexists share are a national problem which will only be amplified by the increase in the Muslim minority in the country in regards to forced marriages and pedophilia..."

Partners acknowledge impact of entrenched views on career hopes for female lawyers. Pui-Guan Man reports

More than half of partners regularly come across examples of outright sexism in the commercial legal sector, despite efforts made in the profession over the last 10 years to stamp it out. 

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