There’s good news on the part-time front, reports The Project for Attorney Retention, an organization that promotes work/life balance policies in the legal profession.

PAR has just released what it describes as a “ground-breaking study,” spotlighting the success of partners who work part-time. “This report…shows that law firms can create successful reduced-hours programs — and that part-time lawyers and their law firms can flourish when they do,” the report starts off.

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