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Chelsea Biemiller, left, and Elizabeth A. Kuschel, right, of Stradley Ronon Stevens & Young.

Although the women associate ranks in many midsize and large firms throughout the country continue to increase, only 21 percent of women attorneys working in those firms eventually make it to equity partner. Women associates must think critically about what we want out of our careers and take ownership over defining and achieving personal success. This requires women associates to be introspective and strategic about our career paths at our firms. To this end, we propose a few questions and solutions that women associates should consider asking to promote meaningful discourse between themselves and their firms, with the goal of advancing more women to equity partnership.


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