Ruthy Lowenstein Lazar is an associate professor of law (senior lecturer) and dean-elect of the Haim Striks Faculty of Law at the College of Management (COLMAN). She currently serves as vice dean of the Faculty of Law and the head of the Clinical Center for Law and Society. She was a visiting scholar at the Law Faculty at Columbia University and has published in leading U.S. law reviews, including the Michigan Journal of Gender & Law and Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal.
The so-called “opportunity theory” suggests that women are statistically underrepresented in white-collar offenses because they are underrepresented in higher corporate echelons. A forthcoming paper...
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