Starting in the 2000s it was women who had already made partner, and who were not leaving [big law] for work-life balance reasons, but were leaving for business reasons and I don’t think that trend is going to change.
– Nicole Galli, former litigation partner at Pepper Hamilton, who now has her own small firm.
In the second of our two-episode podcast series, Big Law Business explores why many women lawyers are leaving big law and starting their own law firms. Galli and Stephanie Russell-Kraft, who recently reported on the topic share their insights.
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