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We’ve all read the articles warning about the dangers of sitting behind a desk, staring at a computer screen all day. But when your job requires you to spend much of your time drafting and reviewing documents, it can be a difficult task to find ways to avoid sitting for hours at a time while still maintaining an ergonomic workspace. And, unfortunately for many lawyers, that aptly describes what we do on a day-to-day basis. Sure we get out of the office on occasion, whether it’s to go to court or meet with a client. But oftentimes, much of our time is spent behind our desks, hoping that we are able to somehow escape the negative effects of sitting for hours at a time.