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Deborah Epstein Henry Authors Valuable Article on Job Sharing at Law Firms

Deborah Epstein Henry We're major proponents of job sharing -- an arrangement where two attorneys share work responsibility for client matters -- having previously blogged on the concept as an attorney retention tool, and noted its use in other industries such as consulting and accounting.

Special thanks to Stephen Seckler at the Counsel to Counsel blog for drawing our attention to a recent article by flextime consultant Deborah Epstein Henry that explores job sharing as an arrangement that can help lawyers gain greater work/life satisfaction while meeting the demands of law firms (and their clients) for full time availability. The article discusses the elements of a successful job sharing arrangement, as well as the logistical challenges to be addressed.

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