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Since 2002, the UK has seen the first female President of the Law Society, the first woman Chairman of the Bar, and the first woman at the Court of Appeal. And yet women are still poorly represented at the top of the legal profession. Is this because women continue to face discrimination, or do the working conditions at the top of the legal world simply not appeal to women in the profession? Gary -------, Professor of Law at The Open University discusses the issues with Frances Gibb, Legal Editor of The Times.

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  • Duration 15 mins
  • Updated Monday 16th August 2010
  • Posted under Law
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Track 1: Women in Law

Professor Gary ------- of The Open University, and Frances Gibb, Legal Editor of The Times discuss the role of women in the legal profession.


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