Part-time schedules, once seen as sops to lawyers with child-rearing obligations, are taking on new dimensions as New Jersey law firms strive to attract associates with staying power.

“Right now, the competition is so intense here in New Jersey … that we’re willing to offer alternatives,” says Lois Van Deusen, managing partner at the state’s largest firm, McCarter & English.

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