One of the biggest perks of going in-house is saying goodbye to tracking time. You’d be hard-pressed to find an in-house attorney who misses reporting billable hours for each tenth of every hour.

And yet, despite this baggage, the time sheet seems to be gaining popularity with in-house lawyers. At the recent LegalTech conference in New York hosted by ALM Media, which owns The American Lawyer, there was a lot of talk about whether in-house counsel should punch the clock.

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