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Why aren’t there more women at the top of the nation’s biggest firms? Consider that at the current growth rate of women equity partners, gender parity will be reached in the year 2181. Our investigation includes firm-by-firm data plus a look at innovative firms that are addressing problems in novel ways.

The number of female equity partners at Am Law 200 firms has been stagnant for a decade. Is it time for quotas?
See how your firm compares concerning women equity partners, changes over time in the equity rank and the percentage of total women partners.
Your firm might benefit from these strategies for better retention, promotion and mentoring of women.
The so-called Rule of Three says that culture doesn’t change with only one or two women on powerful committees.
The OnRamp Fellowship helps bring women lawyers back into Big Law after a time away.
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Ten startling facts from our special report on women in Big Law.
Global Lawyer columnist Michael Goldhaber says Big Law in the U.S. can learn something from other countries that have imposed quotas on the boards of public companies.
Why don’t more couples that include high-powered women lawyers decide that he should stay home with the kids? The Careerist columnist Vivia Chen makes the case for more stay-at-home dads.