It’s all so obvious, isn’t it? For all the talk about the disaffection that plagues the lawyer class, the secret to happiness is quite simple: You have to love what you’re doing.
That love does not come naturally to many lawyers. How do you love a job that requires you to spend untold hours working on documents rendered in turgid prose or sparring with opponents over a few choice words in an agreement? To me, it takes unimaginable patience and a preternatural obsession for details that would drive most normal people batty.
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