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...Novartis AG, a company that was previously voted by Working Mother magazine as one of America's top 100 places for women...
Women have made a lot of progress in the legal and corporate worlds, Maura Abeln Smith says, but they're still having trouble getting into the top jobs
...and values ingrained by parents who above all stressed honesty ("My mother would say a liar will cheat and steal and kill,") have...
...that she requested "reasonable accommodation of her disability" such as working part-time, regular work breaks, and avoiding having to lift heavy objects...
"Summer vacation" means something very different to us as adults than it did during our school years. Whereas in childhood and adolescence it meant whole months of relaxation, these days it's more li
As Stephanie Resnick was honored for being a leader among women attorneys, she used her moment in the limelight to stress the importance of compassion and treating people in the manner you wish to be
Lawyers on television look and act differently than most lawyers I know
Lawyers on television look and act differently than most lawyers I know. TV lawyers spend much more time in courtrooms and less time in front of computers than the lawyers I know
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