The organization invited more than 300 firms with 100 or more attorneys to apply for the certification by June 1, and 32 met the criteria. The certification process went beyond simply looking at the percentage of women employed at law firms. It focused on whether they are significantly represented in positions of power and among the top-earning attorneys.

To be certified, firms had to meet at least three of the six criteria:

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