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Law & Reorder: Best Law Firms for Women: Findings, Trends and Best Practices
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When: 10/28/2013
12:15 PM
Where: Hogan Lovells US LLP
875 Third Avenue (b/w 52nd & 53rd St.)
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Hogan Lovells has graciously offered to provide lunch to the attendees.

TOPIC: Best Law Firms for Women: 2013 Findings, Trends & Best Practices. During this program, Working Mother and Flex-Time Lawyers will release the data and trends identified in conducting the 2013 national survey of work/life balance and women issues at law firms. These findings will be highlighted in light of prior years' statistics to track the benchmarking changes in the profession since the Best Law Firms for Women initiative began in 2007. Attendees will hear from winning law firm representatives about best practices and innovations they have in place to help retain and promote female talent. Attendees will leave the program empowered with new data and ideas to implement improvements at their law firms and redefine what makes a best law firm for women.

REGISTRATION: The first Law & Reorder® event was in November 2010. The first Law & Reorder® event for anyone who wants to attend in November 2010 or later is free with no commitment to join. If you've previously attended Flex-Time Lawyers LLC events or been a Flex-Time Lawyers LLC member before November 2010, your attendance at your first Law & Reorder® is still free. Once you attend or have attended your first Law & Reorder® program for free as of November 2010 or later, you can pick and choose the programs you want to attend for a $50 program fee per program. Or, you can choose to purchase a $150 membership fee that will cover your attendance for four consecutive programs, including the first free one you attended. If your firm or company is interested in learning about corporate memberships, entitling different representatives to attend the programs, e-mail Renee Newell at Click here to register for the October 28 program.