Clients are getting fed up with being charged high rates for six-minute increments of time, and some law firms are finally changing their ways.
More and more firms are giving attorneys more flexibility by letting them work from home, but workplace culture might be taking a hit.
Most still keep hard copies of old case files and have their lawyers manually track their hours in six-minute increments. Changes are arriving—slowly.
Many men—young and old, with children and without—are opting for legal careers that accommodate their lives outside of the office.
A new kind of firm is letting its lawyers pick out a schedule that makes sense for them without compromising on the high quality of their work.
Can lawyers balance work and leisure?
So many lawyers want out that there are consultants and coaches who specialize in getting them pointed in a new direction.