Holland & Hart Among Top 10 Firms on Am Law's 2020 A-List: Female Equity Partner Scorecard

Holland & Hart is pleased to announce that the firm was ranked tenth on the 2020 A-List: Female Equity Partner Scorecard by The American Lawyer. The A-List: Female Equity Partner Scorecard calculations are produced from the annual Am Law 200 survey, based on the portion of a firm’s equity partnership that is composed of women. The A-List formula provides a collective measurement of the most successful and committed firms in the U.S.

Holland & Hart has been on the forefront of women's issues for many years, promoting women to partnership and leadership roles and implementing work-life balance policies and practices long before they were commonplace. The firm continues to be steadfast in its commitment to female lawyers, not only in policies, but in the firm culture and day-to-day practice. Holland & Hart supports the success and advancement of women attorneys by providing meaningful training, mentoring, leadership, and business development opportunities.

Earlier this year, Holland & Hart announced that for ten consecutive years the firm has received U.S. Gold Standard Certification from the Women in Law Empowerment Forum (WILEF), being one of only 12 firms to receive this recognition every year since WILEF began the award in 2011. The firm was also named a 2019 “Best Law Firm for Women” by Working Mother, a list of 60 U.S. law firms recognized for their policies and practices that promote, retain, and advance women and implement work-life balance initiatives.

Read more about the 2020 A-List: Female Equity Partner Scorecard from the The American Lawyer here (subscription required).


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