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News of associate pay raises travels faster than news of war, peace or Justin dumping Cameron.

Tales of the New York associate raises filled the inboxes of Cogs everywhere before the Fulton County Daily Report — or any other rag — even went to press. About a minute after the “race to raise” traveled to California and Washington, we Atlanta Cogs were already playing with online cost-of-living calculators: “Hmmm … if I worked the same number of hours, had the same commute and lived in the same-size pad in Washington, I could pay off my law school loans in 1.7 fewer years!”

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