The University of Michigan Law School conducted mail surveys of classes of its alumni each year from 1966 and 2006. This memorandum builds upon the mail surveys conducted through 2006 and in particular survey questions asked about the sex of the respondent, the settings in which they have worked since law school, the hours they work and their earnings in their current settings, whether they have children and the various adjustments they have made in order to care for children, such as working part-time or leaving the work force altogether for periods of time. The memorandum has two principal focuses: first, on the substantial differences between women and men graduates in the career paths they have taken; and, second, and related, on the huge differences between women and men in the adjustments they have made in their careers after having children.
Chambers, David L., "Women and Men Graduates of the University of Michigan Law School: Career Patterns and Adjustments for Children" (2019). Bibliography of Research Using UMLS Alumni Survey Data. 44.