June 26, 2019

Foley & Mansfield is pleased to announce that the firm has again been featured in the 2019 National Law Journal Women in Law Scorecard and 500 Largest Firms rankings.

In this year’s Women in Law Scorecard, Foley & Mansfield moved up three spots to #8. “As the firm celebrates its 30th year of serving clients, we are extremely gratified to be recognized for our continued efforts to enhance diversity and inclusion, especially at the trial level,” said Kyle Mansfield, founding partner.  “We have made great strides during the history of our firm. Fast forwarding to today, women manage five F&M offices and are among our most highly regarded trial attorneys.”

The Firm also ranked #226 in the annual NLJ 500 listing, moving up from #249 last year in this ranking of the top 500 law firms in the nation. “We aren’t just growing. We are growing and moving in the right direction in terms of diversity and inclusion,” said Joseph Rejano, partner and co-chair of Foley & Mansfield’s Diversity Committee. “I’m grateful and thankful to be part of a firm that places so much emphasis on D&I, such as our adoption of the Mansfield 2.0 Rule initiative. We will continue with our efforts, but these rankings show that our diversity initiatives are working.”


Learn more about the our Diversity & Inclusion initiatives here.

2019 NLJ Women's Scorecard