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Earlier this year, when Foley & Lardner promoted Mary Leslie Smith to become managing partner of its Miami office, the litigator welcomed the honor and recognized that it followed a recent trend.

“I had noticed an increased percentage of promotions going to women,” Smith said.

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Miriam Rozen

Miriam Rozen covers the business of law and focuses on how lawyers preserve and expand their client roster. Contact her at [email protected] Twitter: @MiriamRozen.

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