4 Female Perspectives On BigLaw Leadership

Law360, New York (July 23, 2017, 8:02 PM EDT) -- Recent increases in the number of women at the BigLaw partnership level have been incremental at best, according to the annual Law360 Glass Ceiling report. Meanwhile, the senior management side suffers an even greater disproportion of women to men — only a handful of the largest U.S. firms are led by women. We thought it would be interesting to hear from a few of the female leaders who have beaten the odds. Here, in their own words, are perspectives from Shook Hardy & Bacon Chair Madeleine McDonough, Crowell & Moring Chair Angela Styles, Morgan Lewis & Bockius Chair Jami Wintz McKeon and Goodwin Procter Chair...

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