Suzanne Bradley attorney and founding member of the Women’s Leadership Committee at Pashman Stein Walder Hayden was quoted in the Law Journal Newsletters article, “Women’s Initiatives: Women’s Initiatives Create Opportunity and Benefits in Law Firms.” The article explains how women’s initiatives can make a difference in law firms.
“We felt that having a recurring, dedicated time and space to discuss the issues faced by Pashman Stein’s women attorneys could help us to better support one another and bring about positive change within the firm,” says Bradley. “We sought to improve the work experience at Pashman Stein, and the firm has since implemented an improved parental leave policy and a formal evaluation process for year-end reviews, which affects all firm attorneys. To support our women attorneys, we are planning networking events and developing other ways to gain greater exposure within the firm and the communities in which we live and work. The committee strives to continue to attract women attorneys to the firm, while retaining the great attorneys that we already have in place.”
Bradley says what makes her firm proud about the committee is “the universal interest and participation we have had since our inception. While we are a relatively new committee, we are confident that drawing on the talents and perspectives of the women at Pashman Stein will benefit our firm and our profession.”
To read the full article, please click here.