Lawyers, Increasingly Busy With Billable Hours, Look to Delay Childbearing by Freezing Embryos and Eggs
Because of a long career path from college to law school to the bar exam to a clerkship, an in-house job or a stint in the U.S. Attorney’s office, female lawyers often reach their prime childbearing ages just as they are establishing themselves at law firms. Egg and embryo freezing, however, has changed the way that millennial lawyers think about childbearing. “For decades a lot of young lawyers have missed opportunities to build families and this technology puts that ability back into their hands,” says Dr. Alan Copperman.
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