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From the Editor: Today, we present the second column in our new National Law Journal series, “On the Rise: Voices from Young Lawyers.” Josh Lindsay, one of our 2019 D.C. Rising Stars, and his wife Cristina, are Washington, D.C., attorneys raising two lively boys under the age of 5. They offer some solid tips for navigating work-life balance, which include setting boundaries at work. It’s the latest installment in our series featuring leading young attorneys discussing their law firm work and lives in the district and beyond.  —Lisa Helem, editor-in-chief, The National Law Journal


Achieving ideal “work-life balance.” For attorneys in particular, this goal often feels increasingly out of reach. Advancements in technology make it easier to do our jobs from anywhere, while making us easier to reach anywhere—and anytime. The global footprint of modern legal practice places lawyers several time zones away from their clients and often requires international travel.

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