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Ex-Greenberg Partner Who Sued Firm: Why I Left Big Law

'At every stage I faced incredible obstacles that my male peers did not face,' Francine Griesing tells conference on women in law

, The Am Law Daily

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On the day she quit Greenberg Traurig and launched her own Philadelphia law firm 3½ years ago, Francine Griesing knew what type of employer she wanted to be.

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  • James

    How much does the Daily Report change for these puff piece advertisements for new firm launches posing as human interest news stories anyway? It seems to me that the main takeaway here is that if Ms. Griesing took approximately 30 years to realize she didn't like working in "big law", she may not be a quick study.

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