Holland & Hart Recognized as a 2019 "Best Law Firm for Women" by Working Mother

Holland & Hart is proud to announce, that for the ninth time it has been honored as one of the “Best Law Firms for Women” by Working Mother. This year’s list recognized 60 U.S. law firms for their policies and practices that promote, retain, and advance women and implement work-life balance initiatives. These firms also increasingly offer extended parental-leave benefits and encourage more lawyers to work remotely and use flexible hours.

For the third year, Working Mother collaborated with the ABA Journal as a knowledge partner. The full list of the 2019 Working Mother Best Law Firms for Women, available here, highlights that among listed law firms, on average 37% of new equity partners were women, compared with only 27% five years ago. At Holland & Hart, in 2018, 50% newly admitted equity partners were women.

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.

Earlier this year, Holland & Hart also received U.S. Gold Standard Certification from the Women in Law Empowerment Forum (WILEF) for the ninth consecutive year, being one of only 11 firms to receive this recognition every year since WILEF began the award in 2011.

About Holland & Hart

Founded in 1947, Holland & Hart is a full-service Am Law 200 firm with offices in eight states and in Washington, D.C. We deliver integrated legal solutions to regional, national, and international clients of all sizes in a diverse range of industries. For more information, visit www.hollandhart.com or on Twitter: @HollandHart.


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