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Strategies for EEO Compliance: Focus on Leadership, Not Compliance

by Foley & Lardner LLP on

We observed last year that the legal industry is no more immune to the holdovers of sexism than any other profession. As we noted, in a step toward stemming this problem, the American Bar Association has passed a new model...more

Two Practices, One Life: Why Your Life Outside The Law Matters

by Richard Russeth on

A short article on the stress lawyers face in their practice and the importance of managing that stress for a successful career....more

Are Partners Protected by Antidiscrimination Laws In the Event They are Discharged? Are Law firm Partners Owners and Not...

by Jerome Kowalski on

The fact, rarely spoken of publicly, is that law firm partners are simply employees at will. The issue is framed in the context of (1) a recent federal case in which a female partner was ousted by her partners and claimed...more

Weathering the Storm: Using Social Networking Sites to Uncover the Hidden Job Opportunities

by Kevin L. Nichols on

Some social networking sites (“SNS”) are still in their teenage phase: crushes, gossip, sports stats, and local flavor are their typical posts. Most SNS’ casual approach to communicating is not the standard...more

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