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From the Boardrooms to the Water: A Personal Story
The Legal Intelligencer
April 20, 2010

“You have cancer.” It is not the best news I’ve had all day. Peace, Lance Armstrong: this is not the best thing that has ever happened to me. Full Text


Is It Still a Man’s World? (From a Woman’s Perspective)
The Legal Intelligencer
April 20, 2010

Men, I’m certain, don’t spend a lot of time wondering if it’s a man’s world. No one can dispute that historically, men have dominated the legal profession. But has that changed? Do men still dominate the legal profession, or have women made significant inroads? Full Text


Give Credit Where Credit Is Due:
Making Origination Credit and Compensation Systems Fairer

The Legal Intelligencer
April 20, 2010

Although women have been graduating from law schools at approximately the same rate as men for the past two decades, women still comprise only 16 percent of law firm equity partners. The representation of women in law firm leadership positions is even smaller. Full Text


Women of Distinction — 2010
The Legal Intelligencer
April 20, 2010

Every two years, The Legal looks across the state to compile a list of women lawyers we hold in distinction for their efforts in the legal and public interest communities. Full Text


Roundtable Discussion
The Legal Intelligencer
April 20, 2010

The editorial staff of The Legal Intelligencer has always been aware that the hiring and retention of female attorneys is a continuing concern in the legal community. Full Text


Roundtable Panelists
The Legal Intelligencer
April 20, 2010

Barbieri is a partner and management-side employment litigator, representing clients in the full range of employment matters. Full Text


N.J. Women Lawyers Raise Bias Concern Over ‘Virtual Office’ Ban
The Legal Intelligencer
April 20, 2010

The president of the New Jersey State Bar Association said recently that he agrees with the state judiciary’s advisory opinion warning lawyers they violate New Jersey’s bona fide office rule when they list and advertise space rented on a periodic basis as their primary place of business. Full Text