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?
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.
There is no "mommy track" for associates at the New York office of law firm K&L Gates. That's because they fired all the mommies.