Sidley Austin is the latest firm to roll out or enhance a parental leave program, extending time off from 10 weeks to 14 weeks, removing primary and secondary caregiver distinctions and allowing birth mothers to use eight weeks of medical leave to extend their time away to 22 total weeks.

Larry Barden, chair of Sidley’s management committee, said the new policy is intended to attract “the next generation of lawyers.”

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