Kathleen A. Gray quoted in article “Family-friendly Elder Law, T&E practices provide home, work balance”Wisconsin Law Journal 03/29/10
Quarles & Brady trusts and estates attorney Kathleen A. Gray has long enjoyed the ability to attend to family issues during traditional working hours, but also meet her clients’ needs.
Because the practice is light on litigation, attorneys can be productive away from the office, accessing client files or drafting documents from home after putting their kids to bed.
Gray recalled a male colleague with young children who would leave work to coach their soccer team and return to the office later in the evening.
But because T&E attorneys “are not appearing in court with any frequency, we can set our own schedules more easily than other practices,” Gray said.
Originally published in Wisconsin Law Journal, March 29, 2010