Sometimes, when the stress of your latest case is threatening to overwhelm you, or when the down economy is making your practice look more like a nonprofit operation, it’s hard to remember exactly why you thought that being a lawyer was a good idea in the first place. The sacrifices of personal time and the rigorous and expensive education involved are undeniable. But so are the rewards. So just in case you need reminding how very real these rewards can be, presented below are the thoughts of five attorneys who have found fulfillment—not regrets—in the practice of law.
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