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Yonina Bendheim Jacobson receives her diploma amid her growing family. 1 - 2 - 3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7

“I loved being in law school but having the family at home to anchor me and give me some perspective was really helpful,” says Yonina.

“Law school was great fun and I learned a ton. Everyone at Penn was terrific and wonderfully accommodating. I am proud that I did it and would do it again in a nanosecond.”

And now, as if attending law school while raising five children wasn’t hard enough, Yonina has accepted a part-time job with an environmental law firm in southern New Jersey. Her office is at home.

“I don’t know how easy it will be to work from home, where I set my own hours. There are bound to be many distractions. I think it might actually end up being easier working in an office,” she admits.
 
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