The statistics are well known at this point. Women are only a fraction of equity partners of large law firms, and they make up a minority of the judiciary and corporate general counsel positions.

A panel of leading New York attorneys on Tuesday offered tips and strategies on how to turn the tide, taking a look at what’s worked in their own firms, courtrooms, the government and  corporations. Panel members included Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Lucy Billings; Brad Karp, chairman of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison LLP; Corporation Counsel Zachary Carter; and Laurie Robinson Haden, assistant general counsel at CBS Corp.

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