Ronit Dinovitzer
Ronit Dinovitzer
Professor of Sociology, University of Toronto and Faculty Fellow, American Bar Foundation
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Collateral consequences of imprisonment for children, communities, and prisoners
J Hagan, R Dinovitzer
Crime and justice 26, 121-162, 1999
The symbolic violence of the crime-immigration nexus: Migrant mythologies in the Americas
J Hagan, R Levi, R Dinovitzer
Criminology & Pub. Pol'y 7, 95, 2008
Lawyer satisfaction in the process of structuring legal careers
R Dinovitzer, BG Garth
Law & Society Review 41 (1), 1-50, 2007
Victim cooperation and the prosecution of domestic violence in a specialized court
M Dawson, R Dinovitzer
Justice Quarterly 18 (3), 593-622, 2001
After the JD: First results of a national study of legal careers
R Dinovitzer
NALP Foundation for Law Career Research and Education, 2004
The differential valuation of women's work: A new look at the gender gap in lawyers' incomes
R Dinovitzer, N Reichman, J Sterling
Social Forces 88 (2), 819-864, 2009
Social capital and constraints on legal careers
R Dinovitzer
Law & Society Review 40 (2), 445-480, 2006
Choice and circumstance: Social capital and planful competence in the attainments of immigrant youth
R Dinovitzer, J Hagan, P Parker
Canadian Journal of Sociology/Cahiers canadiens de sociologie, 463-488, 2003
Immigration and youthful illegalities in a global edge city
R Dinovitzer, J Hagan, R Levi
Social Forces 88 (1), 337-372, 2009
The financial rewards of elite status in the legal profession
R Dinovitzer
Law & Social Inquiry 36 (4), 971-998, 2011
Inserting professionals and professional organizations in studies of wrongdoing: The nature, antecedents and consequences of professional misconduct
C Gabbioneta, JR Faulconbridge, G Currie, R Dinovitzer, D Muzio
Human Relations 72 (11), 1707-1725, 2019
Perceiving discrimination: Race, gender, and sexual orientation in the legal workplace
RL Nelson, I Sendroiu, R Dinovitzer, M Dawe
Law & Social Inquiry 44 (4), 1051-1082, 2019
After the JD II: Second results from a national study of legal careers
R Dinovitzer
American Bar Foundation, 2009
Hierarchical structure and gender dissimilarity in American legal labor markets
R Dinovitzer, J Hagan
Social Forces 92 (3), 929-955, 2014
Urban law school graduates in large law firms
D Wilkins, R Dinovitzer, R Batra
Sw. UL REv. 36, 433, 2007
Unpacking client capture: Evidence from corporate law firms
R Dinovitzer, H Gunz, S Gunz
Journal of Professions and Organization 1 (2), 99-117, 2014
The status–health paradox: Organizational context, stress exposure, and well-being in the legal profession
J Koltai, S Schieman, R Dinovitzer
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 59 (1), 20-37, 2018
Pro bono as an elite strategy in early lawyer careers
R Dinovitzer, B Garth
Available at SSRN 1291998, 2008
The changing social role of urban law schools
J Sterling, R Dinovitzer, B Garth
Sw. UL Rev. 36, 389, 2007
Buyers' Remorse? An Empirical Assessment of the Desirability of a Lawyer Career
R Dinovitzer, BG Garth, JS Sterling
Journal of Legal Education 63 (2), 211-234, 2013
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