Looking for a Flexible Schedule? Here Are Some Ways to Do It

, The Recorder


Technology has enabled greater connectivity, dependability and productivity, which bode well for the alternatively scheduled lawyer. But finding these type of work dynamics can still prove challenging. So, where to look?

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  • Joan Jernegan

    You failed to mention positions with the government. California agencies and courts hire large numbers of women attorneys, and provide for part time, flex time, telecommuting, etc. In Sacramento the government is the biggest employer. Salaries are not as high as in private practice, but the benefits are good.

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