I have worked for three different firms, and each provided part- or flex-time arrangements. At Cooley, LLP, I had a formal part-time schedule, ranging from 80% to 60% of full time hours. Because Cooley is a very high-tech firm, there really was no face-time requirement – the amount of face-time I had to put in depended largely on the particular partner for whom I was working. I then went to Stokes Roberts & Wagner, ALC, a labor and employment boutique, where I was able to negotiate a formal “flex-time” arrangement. I was billing full time hours, but was not expected in the office on Tuesdays and Thursdays. I then joined Wilson Turner Kosmo, LLP, where I had another formal “flex-time” arrangement. There, I billed full time hours and was in the office each weekday, but was able to leave every day at 4 pm.