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Here’s 11 articles every motherly litigator will love.
Solo attorney Larissa Zubac and her colleague, paralegal, Tanna Meyers, are not unlike many working legal professionals—they are also working mothers.
It’s well known that the legal industry has struggled with diversity challenges with respect to both gender and race. Against this backdrop, it’s more important than ever for women in the legal technology workforce to learn from each other about what it takes to build a successful career in the industry.
Pointing female lawyers to great information. A first nudge towards equality.
Working doesn't make a mom any less of a mom. So why does "not working" make a dad less competent as a dad?
More major U.S. firms counted multiple women among their leading moneymakers.
Things are getting better for women at many law firms, but there’s more work to be done to bring them to the top business development ranks, even at our 50 best firms.
Summer break just brings a different balancing act for those who work remotely.
Work life balance is important; it is key to a healthy life. Too much work and you might feel burnt out. Too little work and you lose sight of structure or personal goals.
Changes need to be made from the simplest levels of individual attitudes to the most complicated structural issues inherent within the legal industry itself.
In my process of working with new clients, I always ask them to describe the big dream they have for their life.
Finding the balance between work and parenting is a fine line, but one that all parents must walk.