Do Childless Women Make the Most Productive Lawyers?

Catherine Price

The article discusses a study published in the Journal of Vocational Behavior examining the billing habits of 670 lawyers in Alberta, Canada. The author reports that the results suggest that mothers with school-aged children are less productive than non-mothers, whereas fathers with preschool-aged children are more productive than non-fathers. She then goes on to analyze the findings.

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