When attorneys think back to law school orientation or the pitch the school used to convince them to attend, they probably remember a spiel about all of the wonderful things a person can do with a law degree. As safe a bet as that might be, the safer bet would be that no one ever mentioned document review as a possible career path.

Most readers would probably agree that, in the legal community, there’s a certain stigma to doing doc review professionally. So when Texas Lawyer asked whether I’d be willing to write about my doc review experience, I was a little apprehensive.

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