Hogan Lovells set for inclusion in Yale Law Women's top family-friendly firms report
Hogan Lovells has been selected by Yale Law Women for inclusion in its report on the top Family Friendly Firms of 2013, receiving a Superior Performance ranking for ‘developing and implementing family friendly practices and policies’.
This ranking recognises firms that performed at outstanding levels on specific aspects of the Yale Law Women Top 10 Family Friendly Firms survey — aspects that Yale Law School alumni have rated as particularly important.
Emily M Yinger, regional managing partner at Hogan Lovells’ Washington DC office, said the firm’s culture places importance on supporting the growth and development of its lawyers at all stages in their careers.
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