Female associates on frank feedback and the mentors spurring their careers forward

Up-and-coming female lawyers at firms including Freshfields, Linklaters and CC on the partners pushing them on to success, and what law firms could be doing better on diversity

To coincide with International Women’s Day, Legal Week has spoken to lawyers from a range of top firms about the role that mentors – both male and female – are playing in supporting and developing talented women in law.

Mentors can be an invaluable source of support for up-and-coming lawyers, and especially so for women faced with challenges unique to their gender.

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