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« Programs help female lawyers return to work force | Main | "Women's Work": Why the Law Should Intervene to Protect Families, By Protecting Those Who Choose to Both Work and Parent »

Apr 07, 2008

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Daille Nation-Ashley

This shows that the struggle for professional women is apparently constant. They try to keep abreast on a part time basis but it's not working and then they need programs to assist with their re-entry. One really wonders if these programs will however take their needs seriously.

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