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Money, Prestige Don't Equal Happiness for Lawyers

A research paper originally published in the Social Science Research Network and summarized last week in Legal Ethics Forum says that, based on 40 years of interviews with University of Michigan Law School graduates, lawyers are more likely to be satisfied with their profession if they have good relationships with their co-workers and a career that has a positive social impact.

Money and prestige don't go as far as one might think toward helping lawyers be happy with their work lives.

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