TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Jun 29, 2016

Stanford Law School’s inaugural “Women In Law Hackathon” yielded a range of innovative ideas to re-energize the diversity dialogue in law firms. The first place finisher won $10,000 for creating a new compensation model designed to promote the retention and advancement of women by aligning firm values and culture with pay and promotion.Second place went to a program designed to pair a female partner and female associate with a client. Third place went to a program that uses metrics to eliminate systemic and individual barriers to business development success for female lawyers. The ABA Journal has more.