Women helping women. That was a recurring theme of the panel titled “Best Practices for the Retention and Promotion of Women Lawyers: What You Can Learn from Corporate Diversity Efforts” that closed out the Pennsylvania Bar Institute‘s first Women in the Profession Summit in June.

One of the things the panel, which comprised Ception Therapeutics general counsel Kamil Ali-Jackson; Saint Gobain Corp. divisional counsel Teresa Ciccotelli; Sunoco Inc. chief counsel Wanda Flowers; Deb Shops Inc. vice president and general counsel Lorraine K. Koc; and moderator Roberta D. Liebenberg, a partner at Fine Kaplan & Black in Philadelphia, discussed was how to establish better lines of communication between in-house and outside counsel to ensure women at law firms are compensated fairly for the work they do for clients.

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