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April 07, 2006



I would love to work flex time - I'm most productive in the morning, and evenings but afternoon = naptime in my brain. Since I am currently jobless it's not all that relevant, though. But maybe in 2.5 years when law school ends...


I would LOVE to have flex time! One of the things that I love about being a law student is that I have a lot of time in the middle of the day that I can use to do stuff I love. It just so happens that much of what I love requires daylight. I really don't mind working hard and would work late into the night if I had the ability to chose my own hours. I'd also probably work a little less each week day and sacrifice a weekend day to work - leaving a little more time everyday for the other things that are important to me! And I'd love to be able to work from home, and hang out with my dog. *sigh* maybe some day ...

Tim Hadley

I'd also like to be able to have the option of telecommuting a few days (or parts of days) a week. The technology exists to make this feasible, and my firm has most if not all of the technology it needs to do it. I think I'd get in trouble, though, mainly because those for whom I work want the ability to see me in person without any hassle. Most of our projects aren't handled by just one person, and showing up at least to some degree helps things get done. It's easier to talk in person about a marked-up draft document than it is to discuss it on the phone.

I think that in five years electronic collaboration technology will be so much improved that most of those concerns will have fallen away, but lawyers can be such slow adopters of technology I don't know when I'll get to enjoy the benefits of it.


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