Every two years, The Legal Intelligencer looks across Pennsylvania to compile a list of women lawyers we hold in distinction for their efforts in the legal and public interest communities. Perhaps they led efforts to improve the standing of women in the profession, or maybe they closed some of the biggest deals or won significant pieces of litigation since the last time we named our Women of Distinction two years ago.

The criteria is admittedly broad and far from scientific. The women honored could hail from anywhere in Pennsylvania and could come from law firms, law departments, government agencies, public interest organizations or anywhere else lawyers may find themselves employed. We cull our archives and talk to different stakeholders in the legal community to make the list of names considered the most expansive it can be.

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