Former NAWL President Beth Kaufman was quoted last week in a Legal Intelligencer article about diversity in law. In "Case Study: Diversifying the Plaintiffs Bar, One Small Firm at a Time," the Intelligencer examines a Philadelphia personal injury firm with above-average diversity demographics as an
Tey Scott writes, "When I graduated college, I immediately set out to build a successful brand. As any CEO will tell you, no brand is built without the help, knowledge, and experience of others. I knew that once I had an idea of my goals, I had to make sure I had the right people in place to help me
Brittany Bronson writes, "Cheaper tampons. Office breaks to pump breast milk. No co-pay on birth control. These are not the talking points of a ladies' happy hour. They are among the State Senate and Assembly bills being considered in the Nevada Legislature. Not only were the bills designed solely w
Cora Lewis writes, "The membership of the 130,000-strong Ironworkers union is an overwhelmingly male crowd, but the approximately 2,100 women members just won a benefit that would be prized by working women across the country: Six months of paid maternity leave.
Meghan Tribe writes, "While large law firms make strides in increasing gender diversity amongst their ranks, a recent study found that women still lag significantly behind their male counterparts in certain key Big Law practice areas.
The study by ALM Intelligence (ALI) titled “ Where Do We Go From