Female law firm partners are often working on the biggest M&A transactions, but they are rarely leading them.

An analysis of some of the largest M&A deals of last year, and the legal teams that worked them, found that very few women law firm partners led these deals as the top corporate partner. Instead, they were often in secondary roles in practice areas supporting the deal, reflecting the wide gender disparity in the most senior levels of M&A.

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