As Sullivan & Cromwell celebrates the promotion of four women to partner, experts warn that more work needs to be done industry-wide to shrink gender disparity in the partnership ranks.

Sullivan, which announced its promotion of four women and one man last month, attributed the boost in female partners to policies it put in place several years ago, such as maternity leave and flex-time, to retain women lawyers.

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