Gibbons Named One of Working Mother’s “Best Law Firms for Women” and Selected to Inaugural Hall of Fame


July 16, 2019

Gibbons P.C. has once again earned a place on the annual Working Mother and ABA Journal list of the “60 Best Law Firms for Women.” This is the tenth year Gibbons has been featured on this list, which recognizes law firms that lead the industry with initiatives focused on the hiring, retention, promotion, and development of women attorneys. Gibbons is also one of only 17 firms selected to Working Mother’s inaugural Hall of Fame list for their appearance on the “Best Law Firms for Women” list for ten years.

Of Gibbons, the publication notes:

Three of seven promotions to equity director in 2018 were women, two of whom also were named leaders of significant firm practices—appellate and higher education. Women lead the child advocacy team and the Gibbons Workplace Training Academy, both launched in 2018. A woman equity director was named chair of the environmental department.

“We are very proud that Working Mother has recognized our firm’s efforts for ten years,” said Patrick C. Dunican Jr., Chairman and Managing Director of Gibbons. “Gibbons is committed to the professional advancement of women, and our talented women attorneys play an integral role in our success.”

The full list of the law firms selected this year can be viewed here.

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