Is it possible that the key to achieving greater gender parity among law firm partners is to ditch the traditional law office and have everyone work remotely? That seemed like a potential takeaway from Working Mother magazine’s latest “Best Law Firms for Women” list, where one firm, Culhane Meadows Haughian & Walsh, blew the others away in its percentage of female equity partners.

As with so many things, alas, the reality is more complicated.

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