Despite the conception that it’s still a man’s world, more and more girls and women make the decision to study and engage in one of the professions that has always been dominated by men: become a lawyer. And although this profession has advanced over the years, more support is needed for those women who want to take this path and try to avoid any discrimination against them; that is why today we want to share with you what it is to be a successful female attorney.
One of the best aspects of being a lawyer is the satisfaction and reward that comes from the work we do. In addition to this, attorneys are an essential component in the most important decisions that are taken both in business, government and the nonprofit sector.
The impact of our work is also incredibly significant, that is, to keep our clients safe through the advice and analysis we provide, guiding them through litigation, whether large or small, structuring transactions and all types of commercial transactions, ensuring justice for those who need to be heard, for many of our clients our services are vital to the most important events in their lives and businesses.
As attorneys, we play an essential role in society, facilitating order, business, justice and progress. We use our education, training, experience and ingenuity to advocate for our clients and guide them through substantive and critical decisions.
The growing support for women in the legal profession is an increasingly beneficial aspect of this career, as a result of which many companies and associations of local and state lawyers opt for diversity in the practice of this profession.
Law firms are increasingly aware of the benefits of having a gender diversity, as uniformity in a group can lead to stagnation in the essential elements of work, while the construction of a much more dynamic work environment can generate change and progress for the firm. This means that, in addition to greater opportunities for women lawyers, we have also seen a reduction in discrimination of all kinds. Another positive perspective is that many of these initiatives are being implemented not only by female attorneys, but by our male colleagues, who have supported women entering and advancing within the profession.