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February 11, 2007

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Posted by Alan Childress That is the premise (and generational-divide explanation) noted and discussed by Nicole Black at Sui Generis here, based in part on an article from California Lawyer. Whether the premises are true (and true nationally)--that wo... [Read More]

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Posted by Alan Childress That is the premise (and generational-divide explanation) noted and discussed by Nicole Black at Sui Generis here, based in part on an article from California Lawyer. Whether the premises are true (and true nationally)--that wo... [Read More]

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I'm a Gen X MALE attorney who wants nothing to do with law firms. The whole economic structure of the law firm just leads to a terrible life style. Imagine every five minutes you spend chatting with a colleague about the game or the news, thinking "this is five less minutes I have with my family." In addition, the emphasis on client recruitment over quality legal work is another reason who law firms are terrible places for those who actually enjoy the practice of law.

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Ian_smith

The perceived range of options diminishes as individuals become increasingly specialized in specific functions or roles. X’ers crave options, which assuage your concerns about being backed into a corner, laid off from one path. The sense of narrowing career paths and increased vulnerability is often most palpable at the transition from middle to upper management – just where many of you are today. This step also often brings demands for relocation and separation from established social networks – an additional assault on your sense of self-reliance.
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