Bryce Covert writes, "In 1980, when Hillary Rodham Clinton was about to become a mother, she was working as a partner at Rose Law Firm in Arkansas. At the time, paid maternity leave, or leave at all, was a rare benefit. Her firm, she has said, had no maternity leave plan until she told her partners
MCCA's 16th Annual General Counsel Survey says, "In the oft-told 'starfish thrower' story, an adult happens upon a child along a shoreline who is tossing beached starfish back into the water one at a time. 'Why?' the adult asks. Most or all of the creatures will likely wash up on the sand again.
Mike Sacks writes, "University of Virginia School of Law has named legal historian Risa Goluboff as its new dean to succeed Paul Mahoney, who will be returning to the law school's faculty next summer. She will be the first woman to hold the position.
The World Economic Forum writes, "The Global Gender Gap Index 2015 ranks 145 economies according to how well they are leveraging their female talent pool, based on economic, educational, health-based and political indicators. With a decade of data, this edition of the Global Gender Gap Report
Maureen Dowd writes, "Colin Trevorrow’s Hollywood fairy tale started at the Sundance Film Festival in 2012. The bespectacled, bearded director, then 35, came to Park City, Utah, with an endearingly quirky time-travel romantic comedy executive-produced by the endearingly quirky Duplass brothers, Mark