Lawline, the nation’s leading online Continuing Legal Education (CLE) provider, is thrilled to announce that it has been recognized as one of the top 10 companies for women by DataBird Business Journal. The 2019 Best Company for Women Rankings are based on employee self-reporting in the journal’s anonymous Employee Survey, which focuses on the obstacles employees face, types of diversity interventions in the workplace and their efficacy for women, as well as ratings based on pay equity, parental leave, and employees’ perception of discrimination in the workplace.
“We are truly honored by this recognition,” said Michele Richman, Lawline’s Vice-President of Business Operations. “We continually strive to make Lawline the best possible workplace for women and have focused critically on pay equity, parental leave and work-from-home policies, and fostering the growth of women within our ranks.”
Lawline is ranked ninth on Databird’s 2019 Best Companies for Women list. In addition to providing a wonderful workplace for employees, the CLE company offers a unique, easy to use interactive platform and cutting-edge technology, an award-winning app and blog, and a comprehensive course catalog - complete with a free trial feature - that is accredited for attorneys nationwide. Lawline produces all of its CLE content in its own studio and at its own live events throughout the year.
Lawline is the leading provider of online continuing legal education (CLE) with over 120,000 attorneys trusting Lawline with their CLE compliance. Offering legal education nationwide, Lawline strives to create timely and engaging content that supports attorneys throughout their career. The company is headquartered in downtown Manhattan and has received multiple awards recognizing its superior product, service, and company culture. Lawline's success has also been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Inc., Entrepreneur, and Forbes.com.