One of the things I enjoy in covering midsize firms is learning about the innovative things and unique approaches they take, particularly regarding flexibility in how they are structured and run.

The latest example was this story from Patrick Smith for The American Lawyer that examined a recent list of the “Best Law Firms for Women,” compiled by Working Mother magazine, and asked whether virtual firms might have an edge in closing the pay and leadership gap between genders at law firms.

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