NUGENT SD LAWYER AD 1/2 PAGE VERTICAL (NO BLEEDS)
A Roundtable Discussion Are lawyers of different generations really all that different?
THOMAS P. NUGENT (RET.) Private Dispute Resolution
By Jim Crosby and Jeremy Evans Featuring Hali Anderson (HA), Radmila Fulton (RF), Anton Vialtsin (AV), and Thomas Warwick, Jr. (TW) Photos by Jason de Alba
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hen thinking about “The Generational Divide” among newer and seasoned attorneys, the following song comes to mind, sung by Sammy Davis Jr., Ella Fitzgerald, and many more, “Something’s Gotta Give,” written by Johnny Mercer:
And Related Proceedings
“When an irresistible force such as you Meets and old immovable object like me You can bet as sure as you live Something's gotta give” You can bet the discussion was lively, intriguing, and fun. Without further ado, Jim Crosby and Jeremy Evans present the following discussion:
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Work-Life Balance Jim Crosby (JC): A conversation I’ve had with young lawyers, is that they want work-life balance. I say, there is no work-life balance. You work, you have a life, and you juggle the two. Are young lawyers right and being more honest about it or are they wrong and their feelings are dictated more by the economy than they are by some kind of real shift going on?
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Published on Dec 9, 2015
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