Making women a priority: Firms develop programs to support female attorneys and clients alike By Natalie Myers


Partridge Snow & Hahn LLP recently decided it was time to place greater focus on women’s advancement, both within the firm and within the marketplace through special training sessions and networking events.

“We want this to be a forum to learn marketing skills and management skills,” said Tracy Baran, a partner and leader in the firm’s Women Advocates for Enterprise initiative. “We want to create leadership opportunities.

The law firm has been developing programming for the initiative for several months, she said. Next on the agenda is a training session on best networking practices later this month, organized in partnership with Leading Women of Southeastern New England.

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