Lawyers, Experts Fear Dire Consequences as the Pace of Legal Work Accelerates

By Susan DeSantis

The New York Law Journal mentioned NYSBA’s report on the standards of civility.

To be sure, repeatedly missing family dinners or working an exhausting schedule is nothing new in the legal profession. But some lawyers are downright nostalgic about the days when they were forced to wait for an adversary’s reply by U.S. mail or stay at the printers until all the commas in a document were fixed.

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