Eighty percent of senior lawyers say their health is being damaged by long-hours culture
More than a third of Legal Week survey respondents say they work 60 hours or more and 22% work every weekend
The majority of lawyers in private practice have grown to expect long working hours, but more than 80% of senior professionals believe their health is being negatively affected by the time demands, according to new research by Legal Week.
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