Ready for some non-legal reading over the holidays? The December 5 issue of the Wall Street Journal ran an article by Laura Landro titled “On Women and Working, a trio of books with advice about getting ahead and finding some peace.” The books Ms. Landro reviewed explore topics including leadership, the challenges of two-career families, and practical advice about getting ahead in business.
The article profiles the following books, any of which will give you a break from law school and some insight into interesting career issues:
“How Remarkable Women Lead”by Eileen Naughton (Crown Business, 355 pages, $27.50)
“Women, Work and the Art of Savoir Faire” by Mireille Guiliano (Atria Books, 261 pages, $24.99)
“Glass Ceilings and 100-Hour Couples” by Karine Moe and Dianna Shandy (University of Georgia, 215 pages, $19.95)