A few years ago there was an article posted here about big law firms. A prominent judge wrote the article, but I don't really remember the specifics except for one section that talked about the evolution of the type of person that becomes a partner in a big law firm and how life is a competition for them where they validate their self-worth and success through: initially which elite law schools they get into, then having better law school grades than their peers, and finally how much money they make. There was one example of a partner flying into a fit of rage after he heard that one of his colleagues received a higher bonus than him.
Anyone know which article I'm talking about?
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