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Monthly Archives: February 2016

Feminenglish Part IV: Pointing the Finger

Posted in Law firm practices, Legal Project Management

We’re no sociologists, but it’s not hard to divine the root cause of asymmetrical communication between male and female lawyers: the perks, pleasures and pursuit of power.  Power both creates and reinforces inequality – that’s its purpose, after all.  So as between men and women, isn’t unequal power the inevitable consequence of the whole men-are-from-Mars-women-are-from-Venus… Continue Reading

Feminenglish Part III: Causes and Consequences

Posted in Law firm practices, Legal Project Management

Our current series of posts about Feminenglish, that peculiar deferential language female lawyers and business women have learned to speak in meetings with men, and last year’s related series about how men tend to grab the mike in meetings and “borrow” women’s ideas, are not intended as a feminist manifesto or a deep dive into… Continue Reading