Improving leadership and exchange among professional women
The Women’s Leadership & Mentoring Alliance (WLMA) is an invitational mentoring alliance of professional women learning, exchanging and advancing at every stage of their lives and careers. This dynamic organization makes meaningful connections between women working in professional services firms through events, education and mentoring. By sharing values, contributions and experiences, our members improve women’s leadership individually and collectively for both private and public interests.
The Goldilocks Dilemma
Andrea S. Kramer & Alton B. Harris
Why Career Advancement Is So Much Harder for Women Than Men and What Women Can Do to Change That
The 10 Best BigLaw Firms For Female Attorneys
By Cristina Violante
Law360, New York (April 18, 2016) -- BigLaw continues to struggle with gender equality, but 10 powerhouse firms outpaced their peers, with women comprising nearly 40 percent of their ranks, according to Law360's Glass Ceiling report.
Don't Take Yourself Too Seriously with Andrea Kramer
What You Need to Know about Negotiating Compensation
Presented by the ABA Presidential Task Force on Gender Equity and the Commission on Women in the Profession
Study after study has long shown that women lawyers are not paid at the same level as their male counterparts. In August 2012, American Bar Association President Laurel G. Bellows appointed a blue-ribbon Task Force on Gender Equity to recommend solutions for eliminating gender bias in the legal profession, with a principal focus on the disparity in compensation between male and female partners. Andrea Kramer, WLMA's President, has co-authored this guide which is one in a series of projects the Task Force has implemented to promote gender equity.