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Lindquist & Vennum Named a “Best Law Firm for Women”

08.06.13

Lindquist & Vennum has again been named one of the 50 best law firms for women by Working Mothermagazine and Flex-Time Lawyers LLC. The Working Mother & Flex-Time Lawyers Best Law Firms for Women initiative has recognized U.S. law firms that create and use best practices in retaining and promoting women lawyers.

The winning firms lead the industry in supporting flexible work arrangements and offering generous paid parental leave. The Best Law Firms also ensure that lawyers who take advantage of family friendly programs are not excluded from the partnership or leadership track. Lindquist & Vennum and the full list of the 50 Best Law Firms for Women are featured in the August/September issue of Working Mother.

“I am honored that once again Lindquist & Vennum has earned a place on the 2013 Working Mother & Flex-Time Lawyers Best Law Firms for Women list,” stated Nancy Vollertsen, partner at Lindquist & Vennum. “It is gratifying to see first-hand the great strides that have been made in the legal profession to give women attorneys the choices to have fulfilling careers as attorneys and mothers.”

Working Mother and Flex-Time Lawyers founded the 50 Best Law Firms for Women initiative in 2007 to celebrate the firms with family-friendly policies and business development initiatives that are most successful in retaining women and advancing them into the leadership pipeline in the legal field.

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