Joan Haratani is tired of watching her girlfriends leave the law profession to focus on family.

As a result, the president of the Bar Association of San Francisco has launched a task force charged with exploring ways to juggle work and personal life. But rather than extolling stories seeking sympathy, the task force is hitting the issue where law firms will feel it most — in the wallet.

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