When the Project for Attorney Retention published a report in July highlighting the pay disparity between male and female attorneys, some commentators said advocates for women in the legal profession should be working to close the pay gap, not promoting policies that would give women more time to meet their family obligations.

In fact, “Show Me the Money — Not Work/Life Balance” was the headline on The Careerist blog about the PAR report, a sentiment echoed by comments on the blog.

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