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Have a life or make more money?
It’s the classic solo-attorney dilemma. You sell your time, so the more time you spend at work, the more money you’ll make according to conventional wisdom.
But recent studies by Blue Hill Research and Thomson Reuters challenge this mind-set. According to the findings, you could conceivably give yourself a 9 percent raise while working 17 hours a month less.
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