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Women in Law Part 2: Cracks in the Glass Ceiling

The term “glass ceiling” was first coined in 1978 by Marilyn Loden but became popular in the 1980s as a term to describe women getting stuck in middle management by an unseen barrier. Today the term is used frequently to describe the elite positions women and other minorities cannot reach through an unseen but perceived …

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Women in Law: Has The Glass Ceiling Been Shattered?

As a female attorney who transitioned out of the practice of law, I often wonder if my gender has, or would have, played a role in my career progression as it has for women lawyers in previous centuries. Even in 2017, landing a successful career as a law firm partner at a prestigious firm does …

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Video Deposition’s Role in Litigation

We all know the famous saying “a picture is worth a thousand words.” Well, in today’s visually driven world, a video is worth a million. The legal profession has recognized the impactful power that videos have in both capturing interest and influencing opinions. It is because of this that videography is being used more and …

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The Benefits of Using Focus Groups for Your Business or Organization

Making business decisions can be significantly easier when you have the right information. Many organizations and businesses use focus groups to gather valuable information from specific market audiences. Focus groups can be beneficial in a wide variety of industries, including: Advertising/Marketing Agencies Automobile Designers Cities and Counties Entertainment Industry Grocery Retailers Hospitals/Doctors Law Firms Lobbyists …

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