Does this mean that all women lawyers are competitive, ultra-feminist, and “in-you-face” b-tches? Like any generalization out there, this one has exceptions.Some female lawyers are indeed really difficult to get along with or date, and legal profession is probably “blessed” with that type of women more than just about any other industry.They didn’t want to know anything else about her, but they would immediately assume a lot of things about who she is – that she would challenge them on everything, she would be arguing all the time and she would be insisting that she is always right and that she would be too busy to go out and spend time together anyway, so why even bother and go out with her.
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And among all the different kinds of lawyers, litigators / trial lawyers are especially known for being that way.
While men of many professions are expected to be the aggressive go-getters, who don’t let anything stand in their way toward success, promotions, and professional and financial victories, the same qualities often make women intimidating to women men and simply much less attractive and less desirable sexually and as relationship material to others.
Some of the more talented female lawyers that I know act exactly that way. On the contrary – they will work longer and harder than anyone else, but their work isn’t accompanied by unnecessary harshness in their demeanor and in their interactions with their adversaries.
Imagine meeting a woman who is both, as feminine as you would like a woman to be, but at the same time she also possess the wit and the sharpness to her personality that lawyers are known for.