What’s not to like about unlimited vacation? Ask a Big Law associate, and you might find that the answer is “a lot.”

Associates of at least 11 big firms expressed disapproval with unlimited vacation policies, according to submissions from The American Lawyer’s Midlevel Associates Survey. Young lawyers say they want work-life balance, but what sounds like a promising policy has been a source of stress and worry to many junior lawyers.

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