China's lawyers join web revolution as discussion board stirs up online debate
"When the market goes up, you are [the firm's] money-making machine," the comment from Lawsman starts. "You will be exhausted, but they will keep you well-oiled and well-fed. But once the market is seizing up, you will be cast aside as a worn-out tool even though you still work efficiently."It is an ominous warning and one that reflects the sentiments of so many dime-a-dozen comments on legal blogs such as Above the Law, Greedy Associates and RollonFriday. Young lawyers in the US and UK are a vociferous, demanding lot. And now, it seems, young Chinese lawyers are doing the same.
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