Firm trains female lawyers in Nepal

At a training session in late March, a few female lawyers from DLA Piper offices mentioned to a group of Nepali female lawyers that, for periods of time, their husbands stayed home to take care of the children while the wives continued to work.“The Nepali women were just, like, shocked they [the husbands] would do that,” said Anne M. Pachciarek, a partner at DLA Piper in Chicago.Those kinds of conversations …

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