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At Kilpatrick, a Lawyer's Job—With Time For Life

'Department Attorney' position offers associates reduced hours without demands of partnership track

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Kathryn Isted wasn't looking to change jobs, but then a notice for a new type of attorney position at Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton caught her eye: It offered reduced hours but the same status as a traditional associate.

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    Yet another way of taking qualified women out of the running for partnership, leaving us stuck at the plateau of 17% women in private practice equity partner ranks.

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