The task force has established six working groups, each of which has focused on specific areas of concern to women in the profession and society at large.
Why are women in law firms good for the law firm's business?
If we want women to reach parity with men, ambition is not enough.
By Laura A. Kaster and Harrie Samaras
The underlying reason for poor risk assessment is that our brains get in our way.
By Victoria Pynchon
If we want to be viewed as commercial lawyers and hardnosed, pragmatic business neutrals first and ladies second, we need to quite publicly walk the walk and talk the talk.
By Ruth V. Glick
To effectively achieve their clients' goals, advocates should recognize and exploit the differences between litigation and arbitration.
Two experienced advocates provide tips on representing clients in arbritration or mediation.
Multitasking is a concept we are all familiar with, but it is often too difficult to actually work in our lives. Listen as Teresa Beck offers tips and practices to help you develop or maintain a healthy balance for your life. (12:11 min) Download the Work-Life Management Dashboard
Lucia Coyoca describes her experiences with juries in complex business litigation cases. (10:23 min)
All lawyers have encountered the dreaded discovery bully. Listen as two of Armstrong Teasdale's finest lawyers give advice on dealing with this frustrating situation. (08:39 min)
In today's world, the lawyers who succeed will be the lawyers who use technology to be better, faster, smarter and more agile. (1:01:46)
This year's SAC featured a Woman Advocate track with programming involving many of our members.
As cosponsor of the seminar, WAC's presence and contribution to the meeting was felt and recognized by both the Corporate Counsel Committee and the Section leadership.
The Woman Advocate Committee Leadership
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