Commissioner, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission; Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center (on leave). Government ethics rules preclude me from doing much more than editing the transcript of the speech I delivered at this symposium. For that reason, this speech touches only on the highlights of an incredibly intensive seven-year enterprise called Workplace Flexibility 2010 and does not include footnotes for most of the statements. After my term ends as a Commissioner in July 2013, I expect to write a longer (and footnoted) discourse on the activities and experiences of Workplace Flexibility 2010. Or perhaps the incomparable Katie Corrigan will find time to do so before 2013. In any event, readers should view this speech as an appetizer introducing them to Workplace Flexibility 2010, knowing that a full course on the enterprise may see publication light at some future date.