When Meagan Martin Powers and Tricia Meyer launched their law firms, they weren’t thinking about the advantages of running a woman-owned firm in terms of marketing, recruiting and winning business.
In fact, neither lawyer set out to hire only women lawyers. But it turned out that all four of the lawyers at Dallas-based Martin Powers & Counsel, which opened its doors in April, are women. The same is true of the 11 lawyers at Meyer Law in Chicago.
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