The New York Times highlights the suffering of lawyers today. Will this be the end of billable hours? Here's one bubble that was due to burst.
With a sigh that is simultaneously proud and pained, lawyers will talk about charging clients for 3,000 or more hours in a year — a figure that means a lawyer spent about 12 hours a day of every weekday drafting motions or contracts and reviewing other lawyers’ motions and contracts.
Lawyers today. Daba girls the other day. I wonder who's next.