Impatient with limited prospects for advancement at large law firms, more female attorneys are taking a new approach to parity—they’re starting from scratch and creating firms of their own.

These lawyers aren’t just changing their surroundings. Many of them are also making more money. And with the ability to market their firms as women-owned and the freedom to establish their own compensation systems, they’re looking to challenge entrenched gender imbalances in the legal profession.

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