WOMEN EQUITY PARTNERS

Glass ceiling? Not at Fragomen.

With 42 percent of its equity partnerships held by women, the New York player leads the big firm pack.

, The National Law Journal

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With 42 percent of its equity partnerships held by women, the New York player leads the big firm pack.

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  • Lulaine

    It finally looks like the tide is turning for women in the legal field. The glass ceiling for many professions broke when Hillary Clinton ran for president. Since then its becoming more prominent to have women leading the charge or in charge already. This is also a great way to avoid litigation like sexual discrimination. http://www.legalfunding.com/

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