Dutch law firms aim to boost gender equality
A slew of firms in the Netherlands, including Baker & McKenzie, Loyens & Loeff and De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, have launched a diversity initiative to promote the retention of female lawyers. Female partners in the jurisdiction will mentor other female lawyers, with a view to helping them achieve partner status. The Dutch Bar Association has offered its backing to the initiative, which aims to redress the imbalance in the number of male and female partners in the Netherlands.
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