Did you know that the typical attorney in the United States works an average of 60 to 80 hours per week? While that is a fairly wide range, it is not uncommon for attorneys to work as little as 40 hours one week and 90 the next. The number of hours worked depends upon the projects they are working on. This means that most attorneys do not have much spare time for professional development or to keep up with the goings on in the legal world, especially if they want to have any type of family or social life.
As is the case in most professions, a substantial part of the careers of attorneys includes professional growth and staying informed. In an ideal world, lawyers could do their jobs, soak up the latest in legal news and literature, and still have time for themselves and their families. Since we live in a w Read MoreShare This : by
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Newport News, Virginia 23606
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