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January 28, 2010



Women make up 45% of firm associates but only 22% of federal judgeships.

That 22% is higher than the percentage of women partners at major law firms, which sits at 19.

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Thanks for such a well-written and interesting question. This may well
have been the "original question" if Adam and Eve once existed.
Obviously this has been debated throughout history and if a definitive
answer had been found, we would have been taught it in high school. I
shall now provide you with a variety of answers to this age-old


Asians are also severely underrepresented. I think at last count there were 3, i.e. less than 1%. Aah, the politics of race.

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