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- Buzzfeed shows you how to tuck non-skinny jeans into boots — and 15 other ways to hack your outfits.
- Fortune gives some examples of how some schools are improving aspects of their MBA programs with women in mind.
- The New York Times’ You’re the Boss blog has networking tips for introverts, from an introvert.
- GoGirl Finance shares the experience of a 24-year-old employee who got a big promotion to a managerial position and worked hard to earn the respect of her colleagues.
- The Productivity Pro blog encourages you to take breaks, use your vacation time, and give yourself other chances to recharge. (Tell us: How realistic is that for you?)
- Above the Law recounts a judge’s inappropriate comment to a female attorney during an oral argument session at Pace Law School (New York Appellate Division, Second Department) as well as the dean’s email to students about the comment and its larger context for women in law.
- NPR speaks to a New York City litigator who, after being told by a partner that she had a very high voice, worked with a coach to make her voice and speech patterns sound more assertive.
- You’ve probably heard the news about Apple and Facebook’s decisions to provide insurance coverage for women to freeze their eggs. The Daily Beast has a critical take on the much-discussed announcements, while Bloomberg Businessweek denies the existence of any “evil plot.” Other interesting commentary, from four women: an adoption and reproductive attorney writing for Forbes, a UK-based editor at The Telegraph and a U.S.-based one, and a geneticist writing for a Public Library of Science blog (plus, of course, The Onion).
- Speaking of different points of view, here’s a roundup of opinions on Mrs. Clooney’s name change and the heated debate that it’s generated (e.g., is her decision anti-feminist?). Bustle, The Telegraph, The Guardian, and The Hoopla share various perspectives.
- Above the Law founder and managing editor David Lat has written a novel called Supreme Ambitions that “details the rise of Audrey Coyne, a recent Yale Law School graduate who dreams of clerking for the U.S. Supreme Court someday.” The book, out in December, has already been getting great blurbs from the likes of Judge Richard Posner.
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