“The Confidence Code,” written by journalists Katty Kay and Claire Shipman, holds itself out to be a handbook for women living in a professional world where bald self-assurance outweighs competence and outspoken men are more valuable to the workplace than ...Read More »
This blog post was written after I listened to a podcast in which Brene Brown – the author of five No. 1 New York Times bestsellers, including “The Gifts of Imperfection,” “Daring Greatly” and “Dare to Lead” – defined generosity ...Read More »
Last month I attended a wonderful Women’s History Month lecture titled “Political Involvement: Why It’s Important & How to Do It,” sponsored by the Women’s Bar Association of Maryland, the Monumental Bar Association and the historical committee of the Bar ...
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A couple of weeks ago, I left the courtroom after a contentious hearing only to overhear opposing counsel bloviating, quite loudly, to her client about my litigation strategy. Reeling, I walked over to opposing counsel and requested that she refrain ...Read More »
It’s 30 minutes before the call of the docket and you’re fumbling with your phone, keys, case files and miscellaneous personal items, wishing you had been more practical and purchased a bag or briefcase that could easily store everything. Or ...Read More »