Ropes & Gray Named a Top Firm for Women Attorneys in The National Law Journal

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Ropes & Gray is named to The National Law Journal’s 2019 “NLJ500 Women’s Scorecard,” which recognizes the best law firms for female attorneys. Quoted in the report, private equity partner Amanda Morrison, who co-chairs the firm’s Women’s Forum, emphasized that Ropes & Gray’s commitment to gender diversity spans decades.

“What is true then and remains true now is that there were women [who] have built really successful, interesting practices across the whole range of practice areas,” Morrison said. “I felt like there was no limit to what area of law I can choose. I really felt like I had the luxury of finding what felt like the best fit for my interest, my skills, my strength.”

Recently, Law360 ranked the firm as a “top-ten firm for female attorneys.” Chambers & Partners also shortlisted the firm for three gender diversity awards, including “Most Pioneering Firm for Female Lawyers.”

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