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December 1, 2022

Play Nice in This Friday’s Open Items Thread

For one reason or another — the heat, your lousy pay, a poor golf game — you might have been a little cranky this week. Try to put all that aside. It's time for some inconsequential banter that we call Open Items.  

Remember that this is very special time of the week when you can discuss whatever you like.

EXAMPLES: How's the late summer tax season going? Are you a soon-to-be first year associate dealing with first-day-of-work anxiety? Are you a senior associate dealing with resentment of those new associates' starting salaries? Do you get the feeling that your major client ditching you for a competitor? 

If you must talk about this website (including your feelings about forums and whatnot), we'd ask that you tell us in our annual reader survey. We like it when you do that.

Enjoy yourselves and have a great Friday.

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