Two of our co-founders, Kelly Rittenberry Culhane and Jim Meadows, recently spoke with Above the Law’s Kathryn Rubino for her Jabot podcast, which focuses on the challenges women, people of color, LGBTQ, and other diverse populations face in the legal industry.
The wide-ranging conversation covers how Culhane Meadows was formed and how the firm has effectively closed the gender pay gap. They also discuss the importance of diversity, what other firms can do to make sure they are as diverse as possible, leaving Biglaw to start a firm, and what’s like to be responsible for keeping the lights on during a global pandemic. Culhane Meadows is already the largest woman-owned, national law firm in the country, and rather than sit on that achievement, they discuss how the firm is actually continuing to grow it’s attorney roster while other firms struggle with cash flow and layoffs.
Click HERE for the full podcast. Happy listening!
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The largest woman-owned national full-service business law firm in the U.S., Culhane Meadows fields over 70 partners in ten major markets across the country. Uniquely structured, the firm’s Disruptive Law® business model gives attorneys greater work-life flexibility while delivering outstanding, partner-level legal services to major corporations and emerging companies across industry sectors more efficiently and cost-effectively than conventional law firms. Clients enjoy exceptional and highly-efficient legal services provided exclusively by partner-level attorneys with significant experience and training from large law firms or in-house legal departments of respected corporations. U.S. News & World Report has named Culhane Meadows among the country’s “Best Law Firms” in its 2014 through 2020 rankings and many of the firm’s partners are regularly recognized in Chambers, Super Lawyers, Best Lawyers and Martindale-Hubbell Peer Reviews.
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