Merriam-Webster has weighed in on the 2010 Word of the Year and the winner is … austerity.

Big Law’s Word of the Year was a toss-up between a series of words conveying a similar concept, but in the end, austerity is a great choice for Big Law as well. Thanks to all of you who voted and nominated words. All five of you are deeply appreciated.

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