This year’s 20 Top Women in Law honorees include lawyers from a variety of practices, but there are some common traits among them: entrepreneurship, scholarship, leadership, mentorship, and more. In many cases, these lawyers are as active in their communities and philanthropy as they are in their practices and professional groups. The information we highlight here only scratches the surface for each honoree. We encourage readers to seek out more information on these fine attorneys. We at the Law Journal certainly will be following what they do.

The honorees kindly agreed to share with us some brief thoughts, by responding to the Law Journal’s questionnaire, on women in the profession, and on building a legal career. We mention it every time, but it always bears mentioning: The insights that come directly from the honorees far exceed anything we ourselves could offer in our attempts to profile them, and the variety and thoughtfulness of these responses are truly remarkable.

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