While 45 percent of associates at large law firms are women, just 16 percent of equity partners are women, according to a survey on the retention and promotion of female attorneys released Wednesday by the National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL).

The survey, NAWL’s first on the issue, was completed by 103 of the 200 largest firms in the country and asked questions about partner status, governance roles and compensation.

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