New Fellowship Aims to Restart Dormant Legal Careers

, The Am Law Daily

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Four Am Law 100 firms—Baker Botts, Cooley, Hogan Lovells, and Sidley—have signed on to a new pilot program designed to put women lawyers who have stepped away from the profession for one reason or another back into a law firm setting.

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  • Nabeal T.

    This article discusses how finding a job as a lateral associate in the Am Law 100 can be a challenging task no matter the circumstances. For female attorneys who have left the practice of law for many years, the challenge of getting a new job can be extremely difficult. Caren Ulrich Stacy, a Colorado based legal consultant, plans on establishing a fellowship program that will permit women attorneys who have taken a break from the profession to return to AM Law firms. As of today, Baker Botts, Cooley, Hogan Lovells and Sidley Austin have agreed to participate in the program. Stacy said she plans on expanding the effort if the first year goes well. Search for legal careers at www.granted.com/browse-jobs/cat-Legal-jobs.html and get ready to work at an Am Law 100 firm.

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