By Victoria Calhoon, Faegre Baker Daniels LLP
How an attorney achieves work-life balance or “having it all” seems to be a matter of finding what works best for that person. For two partners in The Geller Law Group (Fairfax, VA), their solution was to open up their own firm without the expectation of face time. In fact, they don’t have permanent offices and instead rent space as needed for meetings. As this article illustrates, these women juggle many things other working parents tackle on a day-to-day basis and they still work 60- to 70-hour work weeks, but they value the flexibility provided by the firm’s model.
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