In a feature for the ABA Journal, Angela Morris writes that “The Equity Project aims to enable female litigators to become leaders in significant matters, claim origination more easily, and nab new business by offering clients alternative fees.” Burford’s Aviva Will is quoted: “From a financial perspective, we think it’s good business to make investments with teams that are diverse because they get better results.” Sharon Rowen, director of the documentary Balancing the Scales, is also quoted: “It’s definitely an initiative that will help women become equity partners and raise that percentage, or get women who are already partners more equal pay.”

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