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Environmental Lawyers

Work Environment

Many environmental lawyers work at least 50 to 60 hours per week, and they usually work longer hours that stretch into evenings and weekends when cases are being prepared and tried. Staff lawyers may have more structured hours, while self-employed lawyers may work longer workweeks because of additional administrative responsibilities involved in owning and operating a business.

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