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Lawyers say #MeToo

Lawyers say #MeToo

By Karin Derkley

Women's Rights Workplace 

"Gobsmackingly bad" cases of sexual harassment are rife in the law and other professions, and journalists are working towards making them public, says Tracey Spicer. Ms Spicer, one of the journalists leading the #MeToo exposés in Australia, is the keynote speaker at the Dame Roma Mitchell Memorial Luncheon as part of the LIV Women in Leadership conference on Wednesday 23 May. In the law and the professions generally, where men still have the lion's share of power, sexual harassment is "huge", she says.

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