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T.z. Parsa

June 21, 1999 | Feature
The Drudge Report

The white-shoe firms are making more money than ever, but success bears an onerous price tag. It's the blood, sweat, and tears -- outrageous hours and brutal infighting -- that have made practicing law no fun anymore.

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