If other law firms seek to emulate her firm’s success at attracting women lawyers to their rosters, they should adopt a gentler and kinder approach to running their operations, recommends Gwen Robosson, a senior partner at Fragomen, Del Rey, Bernsen & Loewy, a New York-based immigration boutique firm.


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“I would describe our culture as not being a harsh culture. We are a very embracing,” says Robosson, who sits on Fragomen’s executive committee.

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