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To all you she-bosses out there: Sit down, and pour yourself a stiff one. I hate to break this to you but the just released Gallup poll shows that a lot of people (male and female) would rather work
According to a survey by Citi and LinkedIn, more men than women place a higher priority on love, marriage, kids and the whole domestic kit and caboodle. You heard right: Men are the true guardians of
A talk with Michelle Mumford, who quit Milbank's litigation department in 2003, saying that being a pregnant associate there was akin to being "a leper in the public square ignored, shunned,
It's time for another edition of news you shouldn't miss. This week, we're covering my favorite topic: the sexes
Another sign that law isn't quite the select destination it once was: Columbia Law School reports that applications have dropped by 27 percent since 2008, and by 12 percent since last year
Have you noticed that business folks are now behaving like homecoming queen contestants when they see each other
Are graduates of law schools — especially those who incur big debt at lower-ranked schools — sorry they ever embarked on a legal career? "Yes" would seem to be the logical answe
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