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Harvard Law School researcher wants help to improve structure of India's corporate law firms

An announcement from Harvard Law School’s Brittany Brewer, who’s currently in India carrying out some interesting research. Do help if you can, it looks interesting.

Tired of the oppressive corporate law firm hierarchy? Wish your law firm would implement a more supportive corporate structure?

Sign up to participate in a Harvard Law School study on how the structural characteristics of corporate law firms hinder the growth and development of lawyers. Your participation will help create an environment in which every lawyer has a chance to develop and ascend to the high ranks of his/her law firm.

The interview takes just a few minutes to complete and every participant will be entered into a raffle to win a special prize!

Eligibility: Lawyers at all levels of law firms are invited to participate. All information collected will be reported anonymously and any information that could personally identify a participant will remain confidential.


How to participate: Please contact the researcher, Brittany Brewer, at 99209 87421 or to set up an anonymous and confidential interview.

Thank you for doing your part to make the corporate law firm environment a better place for us all!

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