Cool + Useful Lawyer Vocab

“Lawyers sometimes conflate their own financial interests with the interests of the client who pays the bills,” Professor Ross said. “Of course, most lawyers are ethical, but the billable hour creates perverse incentives.”

Churning (v.) – the creation of unnecessary work to drive up a client’s bill.

Featherbedding (v.) – throwing armies of bodies at every problem.



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