Two thirds of female lawyers have experienced sexual harassment at work, research finds

New survey highlights gender disparity in perception of scale of problem within law

Nearly two thirds of female lawyers have experienced some form of sexual harassment while working in a law firm, according to new Legal Week research which highlights a gender divide when it comes to recognition of the scale of the problem.

Research carried out this week shows that the overwhelming majority of the 100 women responding to our survey have experienced some form of sexual harassment at work, with more than half (51%) experiencing it on more than one occasion.

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