Year-end is normally a busy time. Law firm partners and administrators are hustling to collect fees (at least in those firms that are on calendar years), associates are scrambling to complete assignments with the hope that they'll be able to squeeze in some time off, and in-house and government lawyers are feverishly completing budgets, staffing projections and forecasts.
Business of Law
Ten Things to Check Off Your List by the End of the Year
The Legal Intelligencer
December 4, 2012
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