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Throughout November 2017, our Career Pathways series features attorney Teresa A. Mason. In Part 1, Teresa discusses how flexible work schedules and remote working help attorneys build their careers and their families.

About This Video Series

Career Pathways at Epstein Becker Green features our attorneys discussing their personal perspectives on developing their careers at our firm. Epstein Becker Green’s entrepreneurial spirit has fostered an inclusive and collaborative environment. Our attorneys and staff are committed to excellence for our clients and for each other. Are you ready to create your path as a thought leader?

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Why EBG

A Learning Laboratory – Comments by Cliff Barnes

Why EBG

Broad Knowledge for Better Client Service – Comments by Gary Herschman

Why EBG

An Associate’s Perspective – Comments by Kevin Malone

Entrepreneurial Spirit

Forging Your Own Path – Comments by Jack Linehan

Entrepreneurial Spirit

Agility to Implement Big Ideas – Comments by Susan Gross Sholinsky

Entrepreneurial Spirit

Business-Focused Mindset – Comments by Joe Lynch

Inclusion

Culture of Mentorship – Comments by Cassandra Labbees

Inclusion

Succeeding Part-Time – Comments by Anjali Downs

Inclusion

Diverse Teams at EBG – Comments by Pierre Georges Bonnefil

Collaboration

Relationships That Drive Collaboration – Comments by Victoria Sloan Lin

Collaboration

A Nationwide Mentality – Comments by Charles Dunham

Collaboration

A Collegial Environment – Comments by Connie Wilkinson

Professional Development

Growth Opportunities Early in Your Career – Comments by Teresa Mason

Professional Development

Guiding Excellence in Others – Comments by Jim Flynn

Professional Development

Choosing a Summer Program – Comments by Jonah Retzinger

Flexibility

Embracing Parenthood – Comments by Amy Lerman

Flexibility

Recognition of Family – Comments by Adam Solander

Flexibility

Bending Tradition Through Technology – Comments by Cassandra Labbees