Study: Poor Lawyers Less Miserable Than Rich Ones

A new study published in Georgetown Law Review finds that lawyers working in relatively low paying public-service fields, like public defense or Legal Aid, are more likely to report being happy (and drink less alcohol) than their partner-track counterparts at white shoe firms.  Read the News

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