What Employers Should Know About Ramadan

, New York Law Journal

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On behalf of the Muslim Bar Association of New York (MuBANY), I am happy to inform you that this year June 29 marks the start of Ramadan, a holy month that affects the lives of many of Muslim lawyers. During this month, Muslim lawyers and law students across the United States will be observing the fast, reflecting in prayer, and trying to do more to better our communities and families. We hope this letter can lend a helping hand in informing legal employers about Ramadan and what it means for their Muslim colleagues.

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