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Morning Docket: 10.13.16

According to a new survey published by legal search firm Major Lindsey & Africa, on average, female Biglaw partners make 44 percent less than male Biglaw partners, and the pay disparity is largely due to who receives origination credit for business. We'll have more on this study later today. [DealBook / New York Times] Uh-oh! This Australian law firm may be going even further down under.
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