Three Firms in New Jersey Are Among Best in Nation for Women

, New Jersey Law Journal

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A study by Working Mother magazine puts Gibbons, Lowenstein Sandler and Reed Smith among an elite group of 50 firms nationwide that show a strong commitment to bringing and keeping female lawyers on board.

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  • Barry Barrister

    And which law firms are best for men?

    Do Gibbons, Lowenstein Sandler and Reed Smith also provide flex-time, reduced hours, paid parental leave, and office and in-home backup child care for their male attorneys and allow them to spend one or two days a week out of the office? If they do, how does this effect the income and advancement potential of the male attorneys who utilize these benefits?

    Or are these female attorneys only getting where they are because of male lawyers covering for them?

    I am a feminist. I believe in the Equal Rights Amendment (1970s version). I believe that everyone, regardless of gender, should have the same opportunities and the same responsibilities. This article, highlighting special accommodations only for women, does not tell me that is happening.

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