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I went a little overboard on the women in law partnerships article in the New York Times, mainly because it is a subject of great and immediate interest to me.
For some pithier takes on the issue, read the posts by Jeremy Blachman and Opinionistas.
March 23, 2006 in Feminism , Law | Permalink
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It's your blog, you can spend all the time you want to on billable hours! I'm not in law, but I'm interested in this, too. While working for a state department of transportation I had to keep track of billable hours and there was a lot of pressure to bill even routine office tasks to projects in some way. The more honest of us had a problem with that.
Thanks for the glimpse into the legal profession.
March 23, 2006 at 12:54 PM
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