Bloomberg Law
Nov. 1, 2021, 7:00 AM

ANALYSIS: Attorneys’ Well-Being Deficits Need On-the-Job Help

Linda Ouyang
Linda Ouyang
Research and Data Analyst

Back in January, Bloomberg Law fielded the first iteration of the Attorney Workload and Hours Survey to grasp attorney workload and well-being trends in 2020. In a continuing effort to understand these challenges in the legal industry, we have been conducting this survey on a quarterly basis. Now that we have almost two years of data to assess, it’s clear that—despite encouraging recent results in terms of work hours and job burnout—general attorney well-being isn’t showing signs of improvement. Fortunately, this is a problem that law firms, legal departments, and other employers of attorneys may have the power to alleviate. ...

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