When Marcy Levine Aldrich appeared before the Florida Supreme Court, she had a sign on the door of her home office that says, “Quiet. Mom’s in court.”

It was a message directing her husband and children—one in high school and another in college—not to interrupt. ‘It is a very different thing to have no separation from your work life … [and] your home life,” Aldrich said.

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