It’s no secret that I’m cynical about those “best firms for women” lists. Too many of them are focused on squishy things, like the availability of part-time work or on-site day care.

But I do think Women in Law Empowerment Forum‘s annual Gold Standard Certification list is different. For starters, it measures what I think is truly meaningful: How women are faring on the partnership and power front.

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