When Haseena Enu joined Fragomen, Del Rey, Bern-sen & Loewy over 20 years ago, women—it seemed—were everywhere.

“There were women on the executive committee, there were plenty of women partners in the office where I started working, [and] there were women running offices,” Enu said. “And, as a woman walking into the firm as a young associate, you don’t see limits.”

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