Washington, DC— LAWFUEL – Legal News Network – Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham LLP’s (K&LNG) Washington and Pittsburgh offices have been ranked number one by a Harvard Law School Women’s Law Association survey for the firm’s positive treatment of its women lawyers. The firm also ranked number 13 out of 105 firms nationally.
The survey, “Presumed Equal: What America’s Top Women Lawyers Really Think About Their Firms,” considers the anonymous responses of nearly 4,000 female lawyers to questions about their firms’ provisions for training, business development, leadership and advancement; the existence of female-friendly workplaces and attitudes; and the approach to work-life balance, mentoring and diversity.
K&LNG Chairman and Managing Partner Peter J. Kalis said “The programs and support we have in place to strengthen workplace diversity at K&LNG make it possible to recruit and retain a workforce that truly reflects the new face of the legal profession. We are encouraged to be ranked among other firms that recognize the importance of serving our clients through a diverse workforce.”
To read about the survey’s background, methodology and results, click here. For further information, visit www.presumedequal.com.
Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham (K&LNG) has approximately 1000 lawyers and represents entrepreneurs, growth and middle market companies, capital markets participants, and leading FORTUNE 100 and FTSE 100 global corporations nationally and internationally.
K&LNG is a combination of two limited liability partnerships, each named Kirkpatrick & Lockhart Nicholson Graham LLP, one qualified in Delaware, U.S.A. and practicing from offices in Boston, Dallas, Harrisburg, Los Angeles, Miami, Newark, New York, Palo Alto, Pittsburgh, San Francisco and Washington and one incorporated in England practicing from the London office.