Even as paid parental leave policies have lengthened over the years, many law firms have failed to modernize their programs to account for a changing society and family dynamics such as co-equal parenting and LGBTQ+ families, researchers at Major, Lindsey & Africa say.
“They aren’t often nuanced and ignore the modern family and the modern world,” says Nathan Peart, managing director of MLA’s associate practice group.
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