“How can I convince my employer to let me try an alternative work arrangement?” is a common question in attorney career counseling.

If you are trying to achieve a balanced life, the solution may be to move to a different type of workplace. Full time for one legal workplace might be closer to part time for another. For other attorneys, a change of status at their current workplace could be the best option. But how do you convince your employer to go along with you on this? Alternative work arrangements are not yet the norm, and employers are still trying to feel their way around this management issue.

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