Law Students, Particularly Women, Have Limited Contact With Faculty

Although nearly half of American law students are women, they are less likely than their male classmates to ask questions in class or to discuss assignments with their professors, according to the findings of a national survey released today…

Although nearly half of American law students are women, they are less likely than their male classmates to ask questions in class or to discuss assignments with their professors, according to the findings of a national survey released today.

Female law students are also more likely to say they work hard out of a fear of failure or the desire to avoid being embarrassed in front of their peers.

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