Articles and presentations often address the lack of women partners -- specifically, women equity partners -- in American law firms. Jennifer Bluestein, director of professional development at Baker & McKenzie, says that men are committed to seeing women succeed. Men don't like to see the firm's investments disappear, either, and law firm leaders are hungry for guidance to retain their valuable women attorneys. So Bluestein offers tips on how men and women can work together in order for women to succeed.
How Men and Women Can Work Together at Law Firms
Law Firm Partnership & Benefits Report newsletter
January 30, 2008
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