From Above the Law authored by Amy D. Cubbage:
“When I got out of law school, freshly minted as an attorney, I was prepared to change the world for women lawyers. My law school class in the mid-1990s was only 30 percent women, and we felt it. We were told in ways both subtle and direct that we didn’t belong. So when I graduated and joined the largest law firm in my state, I had a mission. I didn’t just want to make money and rise through the associate ranks to become a partner — I wanted to prove that women belonged, and I wanted to be an example for others coming behind me.
Fast forward 10 years. I’d done what I set out to do. I’d become a partner in a large law firm. I had a (reasonably) thriving practice. I’d helped other women coming up behind me. Then I become a mother.”
Read the full story by FOLLOWING THIS LINK