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Chances are if you work at a large law firm, Valentine’s Day has very little relevance for you. If you’re a junior associate, your long hours at the office have (1) alienated anyone who might have ever loved you and (2) guaranteed that you’ll never meet anyone new. (No, an office tryst with your legal assistant doesn’t count. That’s not love, that’s a lawsuit.) If you’re a partner, you may be dimly aware that there is a spouse and an assortment of children at home, but February 14 — unlike truly important events such as the annual firm retreat — will pass as a mere blip on your billing radar screen.
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