This is the year the recession hit the legal profession. Lawyers and support staff were cut by the hundreds. Law firms went belly up. Court dockets burst with foreclosures and bankruptcies while budgets everywhere went bust.

Buried under the statistics are those most affected by it all. The overworked judge, the unemployed paralegal, the laid-off associate and the law firm manager focused on damage control.

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