To stem the loss of talented female attorneys, Orrick, Herrington Sutcliffe — the law firm that successfully represented VC firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield Byers in the gender discrimination case brought by Ellen Pao — is now offering a more robust parental leave policy.
The firm announced this month that attorneys who are primary caregivers (male or female) can now take 22 weeks of paid paternal leave, with the option to take up to nine months with job security. Staff who are primary caregivers get 14 weeks paid, with an option to take up to seven months with job security.
The goal is two-fold: First, attract top female talent out of law school, where women represent nearly half the graduates. Second, make sure that talent doesn’t walk away when the question of children arises.
“In my capacity as hiring partner, we spend a
10. Maryland – Average base premium in Maryland is about $1,600. Insurance can jump up $2,000 for two accidents in two years and over $800 after a DUI conviction.
9. Kentucky — With a base premium of $2,000, two accidents in two years and a DUI conviction add $2,216 and $964 respectively to your premium. In Kentucky, you could spend up to 30 days in jail after a first DUI.
8. Rhode Island – Base premiums in Rhode Island start out at a whopping $2,500. Two accidents in two years more than doubles your base premium with an extra $2,700. The penalty for reckless driving seems almost minor with only a $749 increase, but if the reckless driving caused a death, you could face up to 10 years in prison.
7. New York
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