Here are some articles I've authored on careers, workplaces, women, and law:

Careers/Workplaces

Striking the Self-Promotion Balance: Demonstrating your Value Without Being the Obnoxious One in the Room (Deborah Epstein Henry, Association of Corporate Counsel Chicago, Spring 2017)

Developing a Healthy Appetite for Risk in Your Career (Deborah Epstein Henry, Inside, a publication of the Corporate Counsel Section of the New York State Bar Association, Fall 2016, Vol.34 No.2)

Responsive Initiative: A Fresh Twist on Innovation (Deborah Epstein Henry, Best Lawyers, Spring 2016)

Why Work Life Still Matters (Deborah Epstein Henry, Working Mother, December/January 2013)

The Elusive Balance: Tips to Assess and Meet Your Work-Life Needs (Deborah Epstein Henry, The Woman Advocate, A Newsletter of the American Bar Association, Section of Litigation, Summer 2008)

Prevailing Principles to Make Reduced Hour Schedules Succeed (Deborah Epstein Henry, Diversity & the Bar, September/October 2007)

Business Development in a 24/7 World (Deborah Epstein Henry, Diversity & the Bar, May/June 2007)

Business Development Beyond Rubber Chicken Dinners (Deborah Epstein Henry, The Balance Beam, 2004 – 2005)

The Nitty-Gritty of How and Why to Make Part-Time Work (Deborah Epstein Henry, The Balance Beam, 2003 – 2004)

Women

Ambition: Women Powering Up (Thomas L. Sager and Deborah Epstein Henry, Diversity & the Bar, January/February 2013)

"Blueprint" for Success: A Career-Changing Tool for Women Lawyers (Deborah Epstein Henry, The Young Lawyer, A Newsletter of the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division, Feb./Mar. 2009)

What Makes a "Best Law Firm for Women?" (Deborah Epstein Henry, The Complete Lawyer,
Vol. 4, No. 2, March 2008)

Why a Best Law Firms for Women List? (Deborah Epstein Henry, The Balance Beam, 2006 – 2007)

“The Cheat Sheet” (the ultimate guide to selecting, creating and ensuring a woman-friendly employer) (Flex-Time Lawyers LLC & the New York City Bar, Committee on Women in the Profession, September 2006)

Flex-, Reduced-Time Workers Deserve Support from Female Attorneys (Deborah Epstein Henry, Women in the Profession – A Supplement to The Legal Intelligencer, February 2001)

Law

The Evolving Legal Talent Pool (Debbie Epstein Henry, Chapter 5, New Directions in Legal Services, Published by ARK Conferences Ltd, a division of Wilmington plc, August 2017)

Work/Life Balance is an Issue Facing all Lawyers During the Span of their Careers (Deborah Epstein Henry, The Student Lawyer, A Newsletter of the American Bar Association Law Student Division, February 2012)

Combating Junior Lawyer Fallout – Part II (Deborah Epstein Henry, Law360, April 1, 2011)

Combating Junior Lawyer Fallout - Part I (Deborah Epstein Henry, Law360, March 25, 2011)

Three Keys to Selling and Achieving Work/Life Balance in Today's Legal Market (Deborah Epstein Henry, The Bencher, September/October 2010)

Increase Profits and Savings Through Work/Life Balance (Darragh J. Davis, Deborah Epstein Henry, Rupa G. Singh and Elizabeth B. Daniels, ACC Docket, November 2009)

Face the FACTS: Implement a Multiple Target Billable Hours Approach to Address the Economic Downturn (Deborah Epstein Henry, Yale Law Women Blog, Mar. 24, 2009)

What's to Love about the Billable Hour? The Benefits of Formalizing Law Firm Flexibility (Deborah Epstein Henry, The Balance Beam, 2008 - 2009)

Creative Ways for Law Firms to Survive the Economic Downturn (Deborah Epstein Henry, The Balance Beam, 2007 – 2008)

Facing the FACTS: Introducing Work/Life Choices for All Firm Lawyers Within the Billable Hour Model (Deborah Epstein Henry, Diversity & the Bar, November/December 2007)

Stepping Into Your Shoes: It's Time for Job Shares in Law Firms (Deborah Epstein Henry, Diversity & the Bar, July/August 2007)

Getting Back: The Path for Lawyers to Return to Practice (Deborah Epstein Henry, National Association of Women Lawyers Journal, Spring 2007)

The Business Case for Flexibility: Why Flexible and Reduced Hours are in a Legal Employer's Financial Interest (Deborah Epstein Henry, Diversity & the Bar, March/April 2007)

Comeback Lawyers: A Look at Why Re-Entry is a Hot Work/Life Balance Topic (Deborah Epstein Henry, Diversity & the Bar, January/February 2007)

Competition as an Instrument of Change (Deborah Epstein Henry, The Balance Beam, 2005 – 2006)

Cashing in on Part-Time (Lisa Carney Eldridge & Deborah Epstein Henry, The Bencher, March/April 2003)

Tips on Drafting a Flex-Time and Reduced-Time Policy -- and Negotiating the Right Arrangement for You (Deborah Epstein Henry, The Balance Beam, 2002 – 2003)

The Case for Flex-Time and Part-Time Lawyering (Deborah Epstein Henry, The Pennsylvania Lawyer, January/February 2001)