Day Pitney Ranks Among Top 50 in NLJ 500: Women's Scorecard
Publisher: Day Pitney Press Release
June 29, 2018
Day Pitney LLP is pleased to announce that the firm has been ranked among the top 50 law firms in the National Law Journal (NLJ) 500: Women's Scorecard. The Women in Law Scorecard is produced as part of the annual NLJ 500 firm head count report. Only the largest 350 firms in the nation are eligible for a Women's Scorecard ranking. The "score" is determined by adding the percentage of the firm's female attorneys with its percentage of female partners.
Day Pitney currently has 41 female partners, one of whom serves on the firm's Executive Committee, two of whom serve on the firm's Executive Board; three of whom serve as Office Managing Partners in their respective locations; and eleven of whom serve as Chairs of their respective practice groups. Other female partners and attorneys serve in leadership roles on various internal committees.
For more information about the firm's Diversity & Inclusion, click here.
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