It’s June again, the time of year when florists and greeting card companies exhort us to honor our favorite “grads and dads” with bouquets and cheery sentiments. Although newly minted male law school grads are surely happy to celebrate their accomplishments, many of them, who are thinking ahead to their time as dads, are also worrying about their future. They worry whether they will be able to find a healthy balance between their legal careers and family life:

“I wouldn’t like sending my kids to child care all day, and I’d rather be around for them.”

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