Inside and outside counsel shared advice for hopeful recruits at a Thursday event in San Francisco, the second session in a Berkeley Center for Law and Business series aiming to address gender inequities in corporate law.
The Women in Business Law Initiative‘s panel of five lawyers, hosted by Berkeley Law associate director Shannon Kahn, kicked off with the talk of recent recruitment changes. Partners from Kirkland & Ellis, Karen Lee, and Wilson Sonsini Goorich & Rosati, Lisa Stimmell, said their firms have changed interviewing structures to level the playing field for diverse applicants.
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