Document Type

Article

Publication Date

11-1994

Abstract

In this Article we describe preliminary research by and about women law students at the University of Pennsylvania Law School—a typical, if elite, law school stratified deeply along gender lines. Our database draws from students enrolled at the Law School between 1987 and 1992, and includes academic performance data from 981 students, self-reported survey data from 366 students, written narratives from 104 students, and group-level interview data of approximately eighty female and male students.' From these data we conclude that the law school experience of women in the aggregate differs markedly from that of their male peers.

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This article was originally published in University of Pennsylvania Law Review, available at https://scholarship.law.upenn.edu/penn_law_review/vol143/iss1/2/

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