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Can women climb the law firm ladder if work schedules are more flexible?

, The National Law Journal

The Diversity & Flexibility Connection, an initiative spearheaded by the Project for Attorney Retention, seeks to help legal departments and law firms support flexible working schedules and ensure that part-time attorneys — mostly women — have meaningful work and important roles within their firms. So far a dozen major corporations have joined the effort to boost the number of women and minorities in top law firm positions by adding part-time and flexible working schedules to the list of things they require of outside counsel.

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