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How Do Men and Women Reflect on Their Divorce Experience, According to This Survey?

A variety of factors can impact response to divorce, but according to one survey, gender may be the most influential. Read on to learn how men and women respond to and reflect on the divorce experience and its aftermath. Read … Continue reading

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Women, salaries, law student loans and asking for a raise

By Lisa Salazar (@Lihsa) A friend texted me before the New Year to tell me that her firm granted her request for a raise. But today, she got even more interesting news. Salary is a real issue for young lawyers, … Continue reading

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Divorce: Study Finds That Women are Twice as Likely as Their Husbands to File for Divorce

The Early Years of Marriage Project is an ongoing marriage and divorce study that began in 1986. As part of this project, researchers from the University of Michigan conducted a study in which they interviewed 355 married couples throughout the … Continue reading

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Robert Ambrogi – 2017: The Year of Women in Legal Tech

This is a must read article – it is a positive, illuminating, thought provoking and informative shout-out to women in legal tech – some of whom you may know, and many to whom you will be introduced – who have … Continue reading

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Black Women 243% More Likely to Die During Pregnancy, Childbirth and Postpartum

A yearlong investigation by ProPublica and NPR has revealed that in addition to the U.S. having the highest rate of maternal death of any industrialized country, black women are 243% more likely than whites or hispanics to die during pregnancy, … Continue reading

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