billable hour deadIt has been criticized as inefficient, needlessly punitive, and susceptible to abuse. Law students are warned about it. Attorneys have called for its death and likened living under its regime to a “living hell.” Still, the billable hour reigns. But that may not always be the case, as shifts in the legal industry are forcing traditional law firms to reconsider their structures.
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