5 Ways Firms Can Avoid Female Atty Exodus During Pandemic

Law360 (October 18, 2020, 8:05 PM EDT) -- It has been over six months since the pandemic shuttered offices and disrupted our daily lives and routines. Home offices are now in kitchens, bedrooms and at dining room tables. There are no clear boundaries for starting and stopping our work day, with seemingly unlimited video calls and emails at all hours.

In the meantime, female lawyers are struggling with a lack of child care, months of online or hybrid schooling, and responsibility for shopping, cooking and household chores. Burnout is real and our reservoir of resilience is running dry.

Even before the pandemic, a disproportionately large number of women left...

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