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July 03, 2013

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Avon

I think most federal judges work their buns off. At least where I am (NYC), both federal district courts and the circuit court burn a lot of midnight oil. And any communication with the court gets a real quick response moving the case forward - sometimes too quick for any practitioner to handle who's got more than a few cases in the office!

And in my town the contrast with the work ethic of BigLaw partners is stark. They earn ten times the salary but work on their cases less than 3,000 hours a year.

atticus

Justice delayed due to lazy judges can also too oftn mean justice denied. And unfortunately most federal judges are lazy.

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