Working Mother and Flex-Time Lawyers Recognize Hogan Lovells as a 2012 Best Law Firm for Women
13 November 2012
WASHINGTON, D.C., 13 November 2012 – Hogan Lovells announced today it has been named to the highly regarded Working Mother “50 Best Law Firms for Women” list.
Hogan Lovells ranked fifth out of 50 law firms recognized in 2012 for their family-friendly policies and business development initiatives that are retaining women and advancing them into the leadership pipeline.
"Our culture rewards high quality professionals and strongly supports women's efforts to develop client relationships,” said Cristina Arumi, Global Head of Hogan Lovells’ Tax practice and Chair of the U.S. Women’s Initiative. “Hogan Lovells has a proud tradition of ensuring that training, alternative work arrangements and mentoring are geared toward the long-term success of our female lawyers.”
To assist Hogan Lovells in advancing and retaining women in all its offices and practices, they have designed formal women’s initiatives (both international and regional), the goals of which include providing access to female role models and a strong network for professional growth, and enhancing business development skills.
A complete list of the 2012 Working Mother and Flex-Time Lawyers “50 Best Law Firms for Women” will be featured in the December/January issue of Working Mother magazine, and at www.workingmother.com and www.flextimelawyers.com. Hogan Lovells will be honored at the Best Law Firms for Women Awards Luncheon in New York City on December 5.
Working Mother and Flex-Time Lawyers founded the 50 Best Law Firms for Women initiative in 2007 to celebrate the law firms that are most successful in retaining and promoting women lawyers.
Founded in 1979, Working Mother magazine reaches more than 2 million readers and is the only national magazine for career-committed mothers. Flex-Time Lawyers LLC is an international consulting firm advising lawyers, law firms, in-house legal departments, professional service firms, and corporations on work life balance, retaining, and promoting women and new models of legal practice.