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National Law Journal, April 3, 1989







The National Law Journal, May 8, 1989







The National Law Journal, February 13, 1989







The National Law Journal, April 18, 1994


Explanation: This cartoon appeared in The National Law Journal. The gag was slanted toward the legal profession and would not have been appropriate or funny had it been printed in any "general purpose" publication, like Better Homes and Gardens. Lawyers are very concerned with the "billable hours" that they can charge to a client. Very simply put, the more billable hours, the higher the income.






The National Law Journal, August 20, 1990







The National Law Journal, September 8, 2003







The National Law Journal, November 17, 2003







The National Law Journal, September 20, 1999







The National Law Journal, August 2, 1999


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Explanation: In 1999, if you were a big-billing, money-generating partner in a law firm, you would have been called a "rainmaker". I haven't heard the term lately, so I guess it's out of fashion.






The National Law Journal, February 8, 1999







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