Official launch of LCA study on progression and re-engagement of female lawyers

Tue Mar 11 2014

Why women leave the legal profession and do not re-engage is an important issue and one which has been a priority for the Law Council of Australia (LCA). In 2013 the LCA conducted the National Attrition and Re-engagement Study (NARS) to obtain quantitative data and confirm trends in progression, attrition and re-engagement rates of female lawyers. The research also examined the qualitative reasons behind these trends. On Friday, 14 March 2014 the Law Council will host the official launch of the NARS report at the National Press Club.

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