Many women leave the legal profession after they have children and find 60-hour workweeks unsustainable. Given their training and the fact that they made it through law school and the bar exam, Andrews Kurth partner Kathleen Wu doubts that these lawyers want to stay away forever. Wu offers ways that smart law firms and legal departments can entice women to come back after they've left, from offering low-cost CLE to inactive attorneys to keeping in touch with alumni.
Gain a Recruiting Advantage by Bringing Back Departed Lawyers
January 2, 2008
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