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About 75% of all part-time attorneys are women, according to a survey from NALP, formerly the National Association for Law Placement. Although nearly 98% of the 1,500 law offices responding to NALP’s survey offered part-time schedules for lawyers, just 5.4 % of attorneys in those firms worked part time. Among women attorneys overall, 12.7% worked part time, and among women partners, 11.7% practiced part time. Among all part-time lawyers, associates were more likely to work part time, at 4.8% than partners, at 3.0%. Part-time partners were more than twice as common in Chicago and Washington than in New York.

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