Big Law propels a small, but notable, percentage of its Cogs to check out of the mainstream, log off the grid and embark on soul-searching, purpose-seeking “Who am I?” “Who should I be?” adventures.

These Cogs only rarely show up in feature-oriented pieces in newspapers and online publications, and NALP — despite tracking just about every other legal statistic under the sun — ignores this one.

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