Like many new moms, O’Melveny & Myers lawyer Alicia Hancock had mixed feelings about returning to work after having a child last August.

“As a first-time parent there’s always a struggle, it especially happens among moms, about whether to come back at all,” Hancock, a business litigator in Century City, said. “There’s a lot of guilt about missing special moments with your child, or having somebody else spending the majority of their time with them.”

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