A group of Heller Ehrman lawyers is making bold recommendations — including doing away with the billable hour — to keep women from leaving their law firm careers.

Countering what has become known as the “opt-out revolution,” in which women ditch corporate America mid-career to be homemakers, the attorneys created what they call the opt-in project.

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