I commend the NYLJ for the article on child care (Women Lawyers Deploy Tactical Maneuvers to Handle Child Care”, NYLJ 1/29/19), a topic not ordinarily covered in the press. It did cover it as a “women’s” issue, however, when it is also a men’s issue, as children generally have two parents.

I still recall a day approximately 30 years ago, when my husband and I had to juggle child care because we had no babysitter on a day that we had appearances in five different courts – between the two of us. Our daughter, who was about 1, got to visit more courts in one day than most litigators, from Bankruptcy Court and Supreme Court (me) to federal court (my husband) and a few in between.

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