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Deborah Epstein Henry

Law & Reorder, A Division of Flex-Time Lawyers LLC
Founder & President
Ardmore, PA, USA


Deborah Epstein Henry is an internationally recognized expert and consultant on workplace restructuring, talent management, work/life balance, and the retention and promotion of lawyers.  She is the author of LAW & REORDER: Legal Industry Solutions for Restructure, Retention, Promotion & Work/Life Balance (ABA, 2010), the #1 best selling ABA Flagship book for 2011.  A former practicing litigator, Debbie is President of Flex-Time Lawyers LLC, a consulting firm she founded in the late 1990s.  Her firm is well known for running Best Law Firms for Women with Working Mother magazine – a national survey to select the top 50 law firms for women and report on industry trends. Debbie has a national network of about 10,000 lawyers and through this network, she has done recruiting for the last ten years.  She is a co-founder of Bliss Lawyers, a secondment firm placing high caliber lawyers on a temporary basis with in-house legal departments that, at times, convert into permanent employment.  Debbie has garnered visibility for her work from The New York Times, NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams, The Wall Street Journal, National Public Radio, The National Law Journal, The Washington Post, The New York Law Journal, among numerous others.  She is the Legal Industry Advisor to the Task Force for Talent Innovation, an ABA Commission on Women in the Profession Liaison, and a New York State Bar Association Committee for Lawyers in Transition Consultant.  Debbie received her B.A. in Psychology from Yale and her J.D. cum laude from Brooklyn Law School.  She clerked for the Honorable Jacob Mishler in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.  She is married and the mother of three sons, ages 16, 14, and 11.
Deborah Epstein Henry is associated with the following items:
Audio Only On-Demand Web  Audio Only On-Demand Web Nitty Gritty of Negotiating Flexible and Reduced Hours and Making it Work (Audio-only / No CLE), Tuesday, August 21, 2012
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