This year, WLG is determined to address Sexual Harassment in the Legal Profession. I have worked on women’s and women lawyer’s issues for 40 years in various bar leadership positions; progress has been made, but clearly more needs to be done.
WLG is conducting a national Survey on Sexual Misconduct in the Legal Profession. (www.womenlawyersonguard.org/survey/)
We are looking for responses from women and men throughout the legal profession (e.g., law firm, in-house, government, non-profit, law schools, associations, judiciary, etc.). It’s an important opportunity to make a difference and we hope that employers, individuals and organizations will also use the results of this survey to inform their continued efforts to address sexual harassment and misconduct.
The survey is hosted on a secure site to keep responses completely anonymous and confidential, and does not ask for, nor capture, employer names, or other identifying specifics.
The validity of the survey depends on maximum and broad spectrum of employment and demographic settings.
1. Could you take the survey and pass it on to as many of your friends and colleagues as possible- especially in non-law firm settings?
Here’s that link you can use to post, and to forward on to others: www.womenlawyersonguard.org/survey/
And here is our website: www.womenlawyersonguard.org.