What Women Lawyers Need to Know about Remote Practice

Remote practice, especially working from home (WFH), is the kind of flexibility that really can benefit women lawyers with small children. It has become an accepted alternative to in-office practice during the pandemic, and that is expected to continue into the future. The new models may be blends of in-office and WFH, but they are likely to include significant remote practice opportunities to benefit not only mothers but also fathers and lawyers with special circumstances.

However, we don’t want to see remote practice turn into a penalty for women lawyers who desire upward mobility. So, read this article and find out how to navigate the pitfalls.

And keep your eye on the prize — whatever form of practice that means for you. Personal definitions of success apply!

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