The number of women leading large M&A deals has remained stagnant over the previous several years. The key to changing that, according to prominent female M&A attorneys, isn’t just about leadership positions, but how matters are staffed and how client relations are managed and handed off.

Chicken or Egg: The Mentor Conundrum

You don’t need to be a woman to mentor a woman, just as you don’t need to be a man to mentor a man. Many of the attorneys interviewed for this piece had both men and women mentors who helped them get to where they are.

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