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How A Fellowship Could Help Move The Needle On Diversity

Law360 (February 19, 2019, 1:45 PM EST) -- When Kate Sigafoos re-entered the legal industry after taking a five-year leave from full-time practice, her biggest challenge was self-doubt.

For six years, she had enjoyed working as a criminal prosecutor in Kitsap County, Washington. But amid a three-hour commute to the office and a growing family, she reluctantly quit her job in 2012.

It’s not a safety net, but it’s nice to know these things are out there.

Kate Sigafoos Microsoft Corp. When she returned to work full-time, it was not only her previous legal experiences that helped her overcome her uncertainty, but also a cohort of women who were...

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