The Price Of Getting Pretty: Productivity

Say you just woke up. After working at the firm until midnight last night, you're already underslept and overtired and now you have to haul your ass out of bed and get ready for another day. What do you do? » 10/21/10 3:10pm 10/21/10 3:10pm

Should Women Avoid Workplaces That Lack Female Leadership?

Data showing women are 17 percent of equity partners at top law firms has elicited a predictable debate at Above The Law — blaming mothers, etc. More unusual: the writer's advice to women to refuse to work at male-dominated firms. » 9/02/10 6:11pm 9/02/10 6:11pm

Memo To Women In Law: Shut Up About Your Workplace Harassment

Much as racism evaporated on Election Day 2008, Elena Kagan's confirmation means that women in law need to shut up and stop complaining about discrimination and hostile work environments. That's the actual, no-reduction-necessary argument being made right now. » 8/06/10 1:20pm 8/06/10 1:20pm

Does Being A Woman Matter To Kagan?

"Elena Kagan might very well be the first female nominee to the Supreme Court who does not define her gender as salient to her public life," argues Naomi Schoenbaum in The New Republic. Is that true? And if so, why? » 7/12/10 5:40pm 7/12/10 5:40pm

Holding Court: What You Need To Know About Elena Kagan

This morning, President Obama will announce Elena Kagan as his second Supreme Court nominee. If confirmed, it will be the first time that three women will serve on the Court at once. Here's what else you need to know. » 5/10/10 10:00am 5/10/10 10:00am