As a young lawyer at a law firm, you have to be focused on billable hours. Your compensation, your annual reviews and your advancement within a firm is dependent, to a large extent, on getting your hours in—the more the better.

Billables are the measuring stick, but they are also a trap. If billables are all you’re focused on as a young lawyer, you won’t be well-positioned when the incentives start to flip.

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