Even though companies are desperate for legal talent, many are overlooking a potent strategy: reaching out to the large pool of female lawyers who left the industry to take care of children or family members, some attorneys say.

Many of these lawyers want to go back to work but fear their resume gaps will make them less desirable job candidates. Some believe the legal industry can’t accommodate working mothers and caretakers by design.

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