Editor’s note: Since the original publication of this post, we’ve heard from Susman’s managing partner Neal Manne. His comments are now included in the post.

Big Law must believe that lawyers are hopeless romantics. Why else are they selling the fantasy that lawyers can make oodles of money, do cutting-edge work and spend as much time as their heart desires on babies and leisure?

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