I've been thinking about the "plight" of lawyers: working harder, longer hours, tackling difficult, more complex questions than the business people we work with, but getting compensated at a much lower rate.
If it is true, what is the counter balance benefit that allows us lawyers to continue?
If it is true, why does it happen?
Is it because we don't add value, rather we bog matters with more complexity adding more work for others?
Is that what the business people think, is it true?