'No one did anything because of his client base' - female lawyers share their #MeToo stories

With two-thirds of female lawyers experiencing sexual harassment in their workplace, some of them recount their experiences here.

Last night disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein’s former assistant Zelda Perkins gave her first TV interview since breaking her non-disclosure agreement, speaking to BBC Newsnight.

In the interview she brought the role of law firms in perpetuating sexual harassment into question by calling for an end to gagging orders and reform to the law on non-disclosure agreements.

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