Editor’s note: This is a response to a recent Careerist column, “Am Law 100 Firms That Are Failing Women.”

My recruiter was mystified. He had scheduled interviews with several Big Law firms vying for my attention. Their partners raved about their firms’ vast resources. They promised lavish compensation and proclaimed their eagerness to support my land use and environmental law practice. So why wasn’t I thrilled?

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