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A firm commitment: OKC law offices seek to continue boost in female leadership

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In February, the McAfee & Taft law firm held its 10th annual Off the Record event in Tulsa that invited women in law school to meet and network with women attorneys. [IAN DANZIGER/MCAFEE & TAFT]
In February, the McAfee & Taft law firm held its 10th annual Off the Record event in Tulsa that invited women in law school to meet and network with women attorneys. [IAN DANZIGER/MCAFEE & TAFT]
Three of Oklahoma’s biggest law firms have more women in leadership positions than the state and national average, a sign that gender equality in the Sooner State is growing stronger, some say. The women are shareholders, or equity partners in the firm, meaning they are part owner in the business and have a say in how its resources are used....
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