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Male judges are more likely to hire women as clerks after working with female judges

By Jorgen Harris, Assistant Professor of Economics, Occidental College
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Despite substantial gains over the past half-century in the numbers of women working in law, medicine and business in the U.S., the elite ranks of these professions remain male dominated, a phenomenon often referred to as the “glass ceiling.”

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