“The poker table is the new golf course,” says Ellen Leikind, founder of the corporate skill-building group Poker Prima Divas, who recently held a Ladies’ Poker Night event for women attorneys and their female clients at a large New York City firm. According to a Law 360 article, the players “learned how to leverage their chips for information and assess how other players’ personalities affected their style of play -- and, perhaps more importantly, attorneys got a chance to interact with potential clients in ways that laid the groundwork for future business relationships.”
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Women Lawyers Group member Liz Butler finished 1st for the women, and 7th overall in the 2012 Mid Mountain Marathon with a time of 3:22:02.8! Congratulations Liz!
An open letter to Lori Nelson from Marianne Sorensen, Co-chair of the Jones Waldo Women Lawyers Group…
The Intermountain Commercial Record & Salt Lake Times published an article written by Lori Nelson on fair and impartial judiciary protecting the "Rule of Law."
This recent article in the Women@Work coloumn on Femme-O-Nomics.com is all about why women in upper management need to be mentoring other women and the big payoff when they do.
This publication has insightful articles on the challenges women face in the practice of law.
This infographic from Mashable Business shows a lot of interesting statistics about women in the work place.
McDonald, who has been with Jones Waldo since 2006, is actively engaged in both the firm and the community.