When two dozen female lawyers gathered in Tallahassee at a dinner for Florida State University’s female law dean a few weeks ago, the host suggested they all share anecdotes from their law school days or practice.

Nancy Linnan, chair of the board of directors at Carlton Fields, at first expected it to be a hokey exercise for the multigenerational group. But their differing experiences quickly underscored how the business of law is changing for women.

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