There’s no one way to boost the number of women lawyers at a firm and support their road to partnership, but two firms, using different methods, are having success in Texas.

Adding women lawyers is slow going, with a recent ALM Intelligence study indicating that the percentage of women associates at AmLaw 200 firms has increased by just two percent and women equity partners by four percent since 2013. Women lawyers comprise 45 percent of associates at AmLaw 200 firms, 27 percent of non-equity partners and 19 percent of equity partners, according to the ALM gender diversity study.

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