For several years now, women have outnumbered men when graduating from college and law school. As more female lawyers choose to enter the legal profession, law firms have the opportunity to craft a culture and workplace that supports them—or risk losing out on a significant portion of the talent pool.

“Young lawyers entering the workforce today are on a quest for purpose and balance,” said Nicole Dawson, the chief people officer of Berry Appleman & Leiden. “When faced with a choice, they choose family, life and home over work. I celebrate our firm because we’ve put in the effort so that our people don’t have to choose between home and work. They can have both.” For the fifth year in a row, Berry Appleman holds the top spot on the National Law Journal’s Women in Law Scorecard, which ranks the nation’s largest law firms based on the percentages of women attorneys.