How 4 Firms Are Moving The Needle On Gender Diversity

Law360, New York (July 23, 2017, 8:02 PM EDT) -- Deb Lussier had been an associate for five years at Ropes & Gray LLP's Boston office when she encountered what some corporate lawyers might consider a career-ending prospect.

With two young children, Lussier and her husband were about to move to Connecticut to be closer to family, and she wanted to scale back her practice to 20 hours per week.

She had worked until then as a generalist, handling leveraged buyouts at the firm's private equity practice, and such a role would be hard to sustain on a part-time schedule, since it involved transactions that can consume 80 to 100 weekly...

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