Law firms have made “significant advances” in promoting women to partner, according to a new report. Women made up 34 percent of their 2010 new partner classes, compared to 28 percent the year before, according to a recent report by the Project for Attorney Retention (pdf).

At nearly 20 percent of the firms tracked by the San Francisco-based non-profit, women comprised half or more of the new partner classes.

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