No Satisfaction, at Least for One Lawyer Who's Not on the Cover of this 'ABA Journal'
This month's issue of the ABA Journal features an article entitled The Pulse of the Legal Profession, which suggests that while lawyers may complain about stress and image, an ABA survey of 800 lawyers found that at least 80 percent are proud to be attorneys. And the survey also found career satisfaction increasing with age, with more than half the lawyers in practice for more than nine years satisfied with the legal profession (though, as a career consultant quoted in the article notes, it may be because by then they've become partner or found the right position).
As other bloggers comment on this article, we'll revisit the survey results. But for now, we point out that there's at least one lawyer who's not satisfied with this story. The ABA's article is accompanied by a special cover, featuring 50 lawyers -- and still, Bob Noone has not made the cover of the ABA.
Posted by Carolyn Elefant on September 27, 2007 at 03:41 PM | Permalink
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