“This is outrageous!” says a New York headhunter who calls me to vent. “Why is it always the same old guard?” A week later, I hear from another industry insider: “It’s impossible that there aren’t enough women with the reputation and skill to be included.”

They’re referring to the Chambers and Partners ranking of U.S. lawyers. And surprise, surprise, women are woefully underrepresented on the list.

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