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Flextime and Work/Life Balance: Senior Attorneys

Articles

Women make gains at law firms, study shows
Creative Ways for Law Firms to Survive the Economic Downturn (2007 – 2008)
Face the FACTS: Implement a Multiple Target Billable Hours Approach to Address the Economic Downturn (Mar. 24, 2009)
Increase Profits and Savings Through Work/Life Balance (November 2009)
The Nitty-Gritty of How and Why to Make Part-Time Work (2003 – 2004)
Stepping Into Your Shoes: It’s time for Job Shares in Law Firms (July/August 2007)
Looking into the Equity Box
Elite Women Put a New Spin on an Old Debate
The Elusive Balance: Tips to Assess and Meet Your Work-Life Needs
Facing the FACTS: Introducing Work/Life Choice for All Firm Lawyers Within the Billable Hour Model (November/December 2007)
More workers are choosing fear over flex time, experts say
Captivate Office Pulse Survey Reveals Men are Happier than Women with their Work-Life Balance
Prevailing Principles to Make Reduced Hour Schedules Succeed
Work-Life Balance as a Men's Issue, Too Women's Initiatives Need Focus and Money, Says NAWL Report

American Bar Association Articles – (Require ABA Username and Password)

Integrating a Law Firm Partnership with Family

Studies & Reports

Report of a National Survey of Women’s Initiatives: The Strategy, Structure, and Scope of Women’s Initiatives in Law Firms
The Project for Attorney Retention:  Reduced Hours, Full Success – Part Time Partners in U.S. Law Firms
Best Law Firms for Women 2012
Report and Recommendations of the Gender Equality Task Force of the Allegheny County Bar Association
Flexible Work Arrangements: A Productivity Triple Play
The Project for Attorney Retention: Still Better on Balance? Work/Life Balance In-House
The Mental Health Place: Work and Motherhood: A Clinical Study
Female Lawyers Leave Firms Primarily to Seek Flexible Situations
More Than Part Time: The Effect of Reduced-Hours Arrangements on the Retention, Recruitment, and Success of Women Attorneys in Law Firms - A Report of the Employment Issues Committee of The Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts

Model Policies & Tips on Drafting Policies

The University of Wisconsin-Platteville Flextime Policy
Tips on Drafting a Flex-Time and Reduced-Time Policy – and Negotiating the Right Arrangement for You
Model policies on sexual harassment and alternative work arrangements
More Than Part Time: The Effect of Reduced-Hours Arrangements on the Retention, Recruitment, and Success of Women Attorneys in Law Firms - A Report of the Employment Issues Committee of The Women’s Bar Association of Massachusetts: Policy Recommendations
Report and Sample Policy on Alternative Work Arrangements Prepared by the
New York State Bar Association Committee on Women in the Law

Other

Darling Hill: Where Life and Flexible Lawyering Meet
Project for Attorney Retention
Third Path Institute
EEOC Issues New Guidance on Work/Family Balance and Promotes Employer Best Practices
Perspectives: A Magazine for and about Women Lawyers

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