The nation’s largest law firms are in a bit of a holding pattern when itcomes to the advancement of women within the firms, according to thepresident of the National Association of Women Lawyers (NAWL) in regardto the group’s second annual survey.

The numbers of women in equity partnership and management have stayedabout the same since last year, while the pay disparity between male andfemale attorneys has increased at certain levels.

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