Women in the Law

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Legal Education

More women are attending law school, but at lower-ranked schools, study finds

Personal Lives

Two federal defenders in Omaha discover they are half sisters

Asked and Answered

How lawyers can negotiate for better salaries and positions (podcast with transcript)

Obituaries

Janet Reno dies at 78; she was the first female US attorney general

Women in the Law

Percentage of women attaining partnership is steadily increasing, report finds

Women in the Law

Fired general counsel sues for alleged gender and age bias, claims pay talk was banned

Careers

Like polo and sailing? Listing it on a law firm resume helped men but not women, study finds

Women in the Law

How can law firms remove barriers to women in the profession?

Law Firms

Decline in first-year female associates at large NY law firms raises pipeline concerns, survey says

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Judge reluctantly agrees partner’s equal-pay suit against Sedgwick is likely subject to arbitration

Lawyer Pay

Male partners make 44% more on average than female partners, survey finds

Women in the Law

Marriage advice from Justice Ginsburg’s mother-in-law has helped her in the workplace

Law Schools

EEOC sues University of Denver law school for alleged pay discrimination

Opening Statements

New documentary ‘Balancing the Scales’ sheds light on the challenges female lawyers have faced

Opening Statements

Women in Law Hackathon address compensation, advancement and business development

Work-Life Balance

Proskauer aims to help lawyers returning from caregiver leave with this benefit

Women in the Law

BigLaw could retain more women by hiring from lower-ranked schools, research suggests

Work/Life Balance

Latham may be the first BigLaw firm to offer this benefit to traveling moms

Military Law

Did Hillary Clinton fudge a detail in her LSAT recollection?

Law Firms

Davis Polk announces recruiting effort aimed at women who left the firm to raise children
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