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In a new survey of millennial lawyers, 47.1% say workloads have increased since compensation increases for associates rippled across BigLaw. And a significant portion of millennials would be willing to take a pay cut for more time out of the office. The survey asked younger lawyers working in U.S. law firms whether they would give up part of their compensation in exchange for various options, including three that could provide better work-life balance. They were asked to check all that apply. The results concluded that 26.2% would take less money for a flexible work schedule, 25.8% for more time off, and 23.1% for a cut in billable hours.Read More