Law firm leaders and corporate general counsel at a recent meeting took each other to task over what each side can do to better support flex-time and part-time policies that advance women at firms, attorneys who participated said. Firm leaders suggested that general counsel focus on flex- and part-time policies when hiring firms and deliver praise when they're satisfied with the programs; general counsel say they want firms to be more transparent in using the programs and less reluctant to implement them.
GCs, law firms spar over retention issues
The National Law Journal
April 6, 2009
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