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Women in Law Firm Leadership Positions, Part 2

May 3, 2018

Lisa LaMarche, Director of Finance, was recently quoted in an article featured on the LawPracticeToday website entitled "Women in Law Firm leadership Positions, Part I." The article discusses the challenges and opportunities faced by women in leadership roles at prominent law firms from the vantage point of accomplished female professionals.

In the article, Lisa underscores the firm's mission in expanding opportunities for female leaders, "...we are already well on our way here with women in leadership roles at Verrill Dana. It's gratifying to see a greater focus on encouraging women in corporate America to find their voice, take their seat at the table and not apologize."

Read "Women in Law Firm Leadership Positions, Part I" on LawPracticeToday.

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