|03/08/2006||Women in Law Need to Do Their Homework and Plan Careers Carefully, CUA Students Are Told by Tom Haederle|
|03/01/2006||Ending the Gauntlet: Removing Barriers to Women's Success in the Law reviewed by Maritza Ryan|
|03/01/2006||Katten Muchin Rosenman Joins with Chicago Bar Association to Present Appearance by Author Lauren Stiller Rikleen|
|02/08/2006||We Don't Allow Women In Chambers: 17th Century Culture in the 21st Century by Bruce W. Marcus|
|10/18/2005||Lauren Stiller Rikleen Honored with Women's Bar Association's Lelia J. Robinson Award|
|06/13/2005||The Juggling Act Continues by Natalie A. Herron|
|03/01/2004||From Here to Flexibility in Law Firms: Can It Be Done by Lauren Stiller Rikleen|
|Lauren Stiller Rikleen Quoted in Managing Partner Article|
|Millennial and proud: moving past Gen-Y stereotypes|
"In Ending the Gauntlet, Lauren Stiller Rikleen emerges as an insightful business author. This highly readable, well-documented book transcends the legal profession by describing management challenges important to any professional workplace.
As illustrated in the book, some businesses, like Deloitte, are taking aggressive and creative steps to retain their women professionals. Every manager should read this book and take to heart the concise and compelling message: a successful business must effectively utilize the talents of all of its people."
J. Michael Cook, Retired Chairman and CEO, Deloitte & Touche