“You can be a leader wherever you are,” said Jane Leslie Dalton, partner at Duane Morris and former chancellor of the Philadelphia Bar Association, to a packed room of female attorneys Tuesday. “But nothing happens without obstacles.”

A panel of former female chancellors of the Philadelphia Bar Association spoke about their career experiences, balancing home and work life, and the challenges they faced on their path to becoming chancellor during the “Pathways to Leadership” discussion.

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