Forty-four percent of women lawyers of color working in a large law firm reported that they had been passed over for desirable assignments, according to results of "Visible Invisibility: Women of Color in Law Firms," a new survey conducted by the American Bar Association's Commission on Women in the Profession (Chicago, IL), compared to 39% of white women, 25% of men of color and 2% of white men.
What does CWIP stand for?
CWIP stands for Commission on Women in the Profession (American Bar Association; Washington, DC)
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We have 21 other meanings of CWIP in our Acronym Attic
- Cyber Warning Information Network (Critical Infrastructure Protection Board)
- Cyberspace Warning Intelligence Network
- Centre for Wireless Network Design (UK)
- Committee on Women in NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Forces
- Cold Weather Injury
- Center for Wireless Information Network Studies (est. 1985; Worcester Polytechnic Institute; Worcester, MA)
- Customer Wholesale Interconnection Network Services
- Cybersecurity, Wireless Systems and Networking Innovations (Georgia Southern University)
- Certified Widevine Implementation Partner (Kirkland, WA)
- Chicago Women in Publishing (Chicago, IL)
- Committee on Women in Physics
- Construction Work in Progress
- Contract Work in Process (US NASA)
- Current Work in Progress
- Canada-Wide Industrial Pension Plan (Canadian Labour Congress; established 1970)
- Communication Working Integrated Product Team (Total Army Distance Learning Program)
- Cost Working Group Integrated Product Team
- Core Welfare Indicator Questionnaire (World Bank)
- Cold Water Immersion Restraint
- Continuous Wave Illuminator Radar
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2 /PRNewswire/ -- Laurel Bellows, a partner with the Chicago law firm Bellows and Bellows, is one of five women who will be honored by the American Bar Association Commission on Women in the Profession with its 2001 Margaret Brent Women Lawyers of Achievement Award.