Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani has been ranked No. 28 on the National Law Journal’s Women in Law Scorecard. This represents an eight spot gain from No. 36 since 2019. The Scorecard, produced as part of the NLJ 500 annual firm headcount report, ranks the largest law firms in the country by their representation of female attorneys within their firm.
The firm is also now ranked as the 41st largest global firm by headcount according to the National Law Journal’s 2022 NLJ 500 Annual Survey of the largest law firms. The firm showed among the largest gains with a 9.9 percent growth in headcount from the prior year. Gordon & Rees moved up from No. 60 in 2019.
"Gordon & Rees is making great strides in our efforts toward gender equality but we recognize that this is a long-term committment. We support our women attorneys as they strive to reach their highest potential within our firm," said Debra Ellwood Meppen, Partner and Chair of the firm’s Women's Initiative. "Equity and inclusion are the highest priority as we work towards increasing our percentage of female attorneys to partnership, equity partnership, and leadership positions throughout the firm.”
Over the past three years, the firm has continued to expand both geographically and in terms of its core offerings, and this growth has propelled it into the ranks of the 25 largest firms in the United States by domestic attorney headcount (per Law360), and into the Am Law 100 (per American Lawyer). This year, Gordon & Rees celebrates the three-year anniversary of its becoming the first and only law firm in America with offices in all 50 states. With more than 1,000 attorneys strategically positioned in 74 U.S. offices across all 50 states, the firm has uniquely and powerfully positioned itself to provide clients with exceptional service nationwide.
In addition, Gordon & Rees ranked No. 27 in the Law360 400, their annual survey ranking the largest law firms in the U.S. by domestic headcount.
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