NALP regularly reports statistics regarding women in law firms. Here’s a link to the 2022 Report on Diversity in Law Firms.
Since 2006, as part of the NAWL 2015 Challenge, which called for the doubling of women equity partners in law firms and women chief legal officers by 2015, the National Association of Women Lawyers has completed an annual survey on the Retention and Promotion of Women in Law Firms. The 2022 survey results may be found here.
Here’s a link to data on women judges in state courts from the National Association of Women Judges in partnership with Forster-Long, LLC.
For information on State Supreme Court Diversity from the Brennan Center for Justice, click here.
For current information on women in the federal judiciary, check in with the National Women’s Law Center.
Here’s a 2022 report on women in the New Hampshire judiciary.
Enjuris has compiled data on Where Women Go to Law School.
Here’s a 2023 report from the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession on the Legal Careers of Parents and Child Caregivers.
According to the US Census Bureau, More than 1 in 3 Lawyers are Women
Take a look at how statistics were brought to life in this short video by the Federal Bar Association.
Here’s a link to archival statistics compiled by the ABA Commission on Women in the Profession.
And to put all the numbers above in context, check out these Legal Profession Statistics, as compiled by the American Bar Association.
For a look at the status of women lawyers in Spain, check out this report from the International Bar Association: 50:50 by 2030: A longitudinal study into gender disparity in law