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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

Labor & Employment

Don’t speak for us, women Chadbourne partners tell lawyer behind sex discrimination case

Women in the Law

Lawyer hopes to be the best fighter outside of court

Women in the Law

Hillary Clinton explains how a bad LSAT experience taught her to keep her emotions in check

Your ABA

ABA President Linda Klein visits with lawyers around the country to chart policy initiatives

Law Firms

Partner files $100M class action against Chadbourne, targets pay decisions of male ‘dictatorship’

Labor & Employment Law

4th Circuit revives lawyer’s ‘glass ceiling’ suit against Booz Allen

ABA Annual Meeting

Create more opportunities for demographically diverse attorneys, House of Delegates urges

ABA Annual Meeting

5 Margaret Brent honorees helped level the playing field for women lawyers

Women in the Law

Think only younger women are leaving BigLaw? The exodus is long-term

Opening Statements

10 Questions: Kristen Clarke is a leader in 21st century fight for civil rights

Your ABA

ABA President Paulette Brown addresses breaking events while maintaining focus on key initiatives

Law Firms

Partner’s equal-pay suit claims Sedgwick has a ‘male-dominated culture’ that hinders women

Law Firms

These law firms are named the best for women

Women in the Law

Tired of being told how they should behave to get ahead, female lawyers give advice to men

Judiciary

Should judges be required to grant continuances for parental leave? Florida considers a rule change
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