As talk about work-life balance continues with questionable impact on the lives of attorneys at firms, more women are having babies while earning their J.D.s. "A huge advantage of law school is that your time flexibility is just incredible. I only have classes two days a week," says Catherine Tornabene, who is in her third year at Hastings College of the Law and has a 2-year-old son, Nathaniel. Indeed, law school administrators and students say such careful logic is driving a parent boom among students.
Law Students Emphasize Child Rearing, but Are Firms Listening?
November 20, 2006
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