GCs, law firms spar over retention issues

A need for law firm transparency on part-time, flex-time policies.

, The National Law Journal

Law firm leaders and corporate general counsel at a recent meeting took each other to task over what each side can do to better support flex-time and part-time policies that advance women at firms, attorneys who participated said. Firm leaders suggested that general counsel focus on flex- and part-time policies when hiring firms and deliver praise when they're satisfied with the programs; general counsel say they want firms to be more transparent in using the programs and less reluctant to implement them.

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