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September 27, 2007

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Billing McBillerstein

Lat is assuming - and this is a BIG assumption - that associates stop the clock while on facebook.

no biglaw for me

Imagine how much money law firms would save if they eliminated bathrooms. Or forbade associates from using the stairs where an elevator is available. Schnell! Schnell!

I guess lawyers aren't really professionals, just fungible billing units. welcome to the machine.

Janet Raasch

That partner probably would not complain if the associate spent the same amount of time taking someone out to lunch. For younger lawyers, online is how they network and how they will build their business.

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