Foley & Mansfield is pleased to announce that the firm has again been featured in the National Law Journal Women’s Scorecard rankings, rising from #17 in 2017 to #11 in the current ranking. Only the largest 350 firms in the nation are eligible for the Women’s Scorecard.  

The firm also ranked #249 in the annual NLJ 500 listing, moving up from #263 last year in this ranking of the top 500 law firms in the nation. 

Virginia Easley Johnson of Miami, one of the firm’s three women managing partners, was also quoted in the accompanying NLJ article, “Career-Nurturing Firms Win High Rankings on Women-in-Law Scorecard.” How, the author asks, is the firm making such progress in attracting women? Critical mass. “Women attract women. They know we want to pay it forward,” Johnson said.