Relationships with women peers and mentors are often critical in a successful law career. For Georgia women lawyers just three decades ago, success frequently depended on blending in as much as possible with the male majority. More women entered the profession — representing half of today’s law school graduates — bringing with them new interpersonal dynamics and begging the question: Should women count on one another for help?

Several Atlanta pioneers recently reflected on what they learned as new lawyers and how those lessons influence how they now guide younger women, especially when facing issues of equality and job satisfaction.

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