For many women who head large law firms, gender-based pay equity isn't just a management issue, it's a bitter memory. For Bryan Cave's Therese Pritchard and three other female firm leaders, tracking and reducing the pay gap data at their firms is a matter of great personal importance, not simply a way to avoid litigation.
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