They are hard workers, relationship builders, optimists and leaders. And yet their passions, backgrounds and practices each tell their own unique story. Five women who have made equity partner share their success stories and how they balance work with life.
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The Chicago Lawyer Diversity Survey offers a snapshot of Illinois’ largest law firms with positions broken down by race and gender along with statistics of lawyers who self-identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender.
When Sandra Frantzen first joined the Arab American Bar Association of Illinois in the early 2000s, it was all about making connections. Now serving as vice president of AABAI, Frantzen says she sees another mission for the group: To counteract negative perceptions and stereotypes of Arab-Americans.
Bernard Cherkasov fled persecution in his native country, earned his J.D. in the U.S. and spent the last seven years fighting for LGBT equality. Now, he's moving on to his next mission.
The uniqueness of Fragomen Del Rey Bernsen & Loewy’s Chicago office space starts with the building the firm calls home.
Women are front and center when it comes to legal aid and pro bono. In this egalitarian world, women lead many of Chicago’s most vital legal services organizations and they play a significant management role in others.
Chicago Lawyer DirectoryProfiles of some of the top women in the profession.
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CLE Guide — Spring 2016Law Bulletin Publishing Company is proud to present the 2016 Spring Continuing Legal Education Guide.
Legal Technology Update — Spring 2016The Legal Technology Update for spring examines the growing importance of information governance and electronic records retention.