Working Mother Magazine Honors Marshall Gerstein as one of the “Best Law Firms for Women”
Working Mother magazine revealed its “Best Law Firms for Women” 2019 list today, recognizing law firms that utilize best practices in recruiting, retaining, promoting, and developing women lawyers. For the second year in a row, Marshall, Gerstein & Borun LLP was among the 60 law firms that earned spots on this year’s list.
“To once again be named one of the Working Mother’s ‘Best Law Firms for Women’ is a tremendous honor,” said Jeffrey S. Sharp, managing partner of Marshall Gerstein. Julianne M. Hartzell, partner and chair of the firm’s medical devices practice, added “I came to Marshall Gerstein after meeting with my now colleagues and seeing for myself just how much everyone, including fellow women, truly enjoyed their jobs and the opportunities available to them, Our firm recognizes that our strength is in our diversity, collaboration, and dedication of our talent. This shows in the array of senior-level positions and leadership roles that women hold at Marshall Gerstein.”
See Working Mother’s 2019 “Best Law Firms for Women” list for all law firms recognized.
About the Methodology
The 2019 Working Mother Best Law Firms for Women application, administered by the Working Mother Research Institute, includes more than 300 questions about attorney demographics at different levels, schedule flexibility, paid time off and parental leaves, and development and retention of women.
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Visit our Awards & Rankings page for a full list of firm honors.