Lawyering While Parenting
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Law360 (December 23, 2020, 12:04 PM EST) --
The COVID-19 pandemic has left lawyer parents trying to do their jobs while caring for their children. In this two-part series, a husband and wife, both practicing attorneys, candidly share what it looks like to balance responsibilities while working from home.
A Day In A Mom's Pandemic Life
Josephine Bahn shares a view of her life working from home as an attorney at the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation
while splitting child care responsibilities with her lawyer husband.
A Day In A Dad's Pandemic Life
Christopher Jennison shares a view of his life working from home as a Federal Aviation Administration
attorney preparing to first-chair a trial while splitting child care responsibilities with his lawyer wife.
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