The president of the New Jersey State Bar Association said on Wednesday he agrees with the state judiciary's advisory opinion warning lawyers they violate New Jersey's bona fide office rule when they list and advertise space rented on a periodic basis as their primary place of business. But a leading advocate for New Jersey women lawyers says the rubric might discriminate against them, since their juggling of family and professional responsibilities sometimes requires nontraditional office arrangements.
N.J. State Bar Likes 'Virtual Office' Ban but Women Lawyers Raise Bias Concern
New Jersey Law Journal
April 1, 2010
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