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The Careerist: So You Are a 1 Percenter


Big Law has lots of 1 percenters. But are you a business-class 1 percenter or just a coach-class type?

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  • Rich McDonald

    I think the profession would be better off if people whose primary goal to become a "1 percenter" didn‘t become lawyers.

  • Dan Bowling

    Greyhound to Panama City Beach with a twelve pack works for me.

  • AB

    Maybe those making more than $1M are living beyond their means in other ways. I earn well below $1M (fed gov, so quite a bit below) and I could fly business class to any of those places, if I wanted to.

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