When Sarah Hewitt started out as an M&A lawyer, she faced closed doors. Bathroom doors.

“The men used to go into the men’s room to decide how they were going to respond to deal terms or how they were going to negotiate, and I obviously couldn’t go into the men’s room with them,” says Hewitt, now co-chair of the mergers and acquisitions group at Schnader Harrison Segal & Lewis.

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