COLUMBIA, SC – Law firm McAngus Goudelock & Courie (MGC) participated in the 2023 Law360 Pulse Women in Law Report, ranking 15th out of the 61 firms in the “251 to 600 attorneys” category. With over 265 attorneys across 18 offices in eight states, MGC’s ranking encompasses the percentage of females in equity partner, non-equity partner, associate, staff attorney and special counsel roles across the firm. MGC is pleased to report that over 50% of associates are female.
“The firm’s participation in this report represents our commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, and reflects the progress we’ve made in building a more diverse and equitable firm,” says MGC managing member Jay Courie. “Our initiatives and strategies have not only fostered a better internal culture but have also allowed MGC to better serve and represent our clients. Our lasting goal is to provide a culture and benefits package that makes MGC a great place to work for female lawyers.”
Nearly 300 firms across the country were measured based on their representation of female attorneys, and whether they are keeping pace with the talent pipeline in hiring, promoting and retaining female attorneys. These firms were organized into four categories based on the total count of attorneys: “601+ attorneys,” “251 to 600 attorneys,” “101 to 250 attorneys” and “100 or fewer attorneys.”
Law360 Pulse combines the award-winning journalism of Law360 with powerful data and analytics from LexisNexis to deliver unparalleled business of law coverage and industry intelligence. With the release of the Women in Law Report, Law360 Pulse aims to advance the conversation about gender equity in the legal industry.