At law firms, parental leave policies are changing, and it seems there’s a heightened level of awareness about parenthood’s impact on professional development. But even in what appears to be a more enlightened age in the legal profession, women lawyers are still pushing hard—if not to do it all, then at least to try to figure it all out.

“This is a conversation we have at the bar [association] level,” said Kelly S. Crawford of Riker Danzig Scherer Hyland & Perretti in Morristown. “It’s an ongoing dialogue about how you get it done.”

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