Bracewell partner and former Manhattan federal Judge Barbara Jones submitted a $47,390 invoice, her first, to U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood of the Southern District of New York Tuesday for the work Jones did in April as special master reviewing material seized from Michael Cohen’s home and offices by federal authorities in April.

The invoice, which covers work done in April, notes an hourly rate of between $670 and $700 per hour—well below the $1,000-plus rates often charged by many Big Law partners.

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