Feminist Legal Studies Queen's

Feminist Legal Studies Queen's

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Despite equality gains in recent decades, many lawyers who self-identify as members of groups traditionally under-represented in the legal profession because of their race, ethnicity, Indigeneity, gender or sexual identity, working class background and disability regularly rely on strategies to ensure they “fit”. This paper offers a taxonomy of the way in which marginalized lawyers employ strategies to cope in their legal workplaces.