This business – this business of law so many of us respect and look up to, isn’t by any measure an easy profession. As many lawyers know, particularly associates, the practice of law can come with a huge amount of duress.
80-hour workweeks, a seemingly insurmountable workload, and to make things acutely agitating, the long hours can invariably damage a lawyer’s relationships away from work.
This is a common practice within the legal profession that is rarely discussed outside of law firms or courtrooms, as well as something rarely – if at all – taught in law school.
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