$1,000 AN HOUR

December 2011
Washingtonian Magazine;Dec2011, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p94
The article features high-earning lawyers in the U.S. Benjamin Civiletti is one of the first ones to gain the four-figure paycheck and in 2005, he was said to charge 1,000 U.S. dollars for an hour according to the National Law Journal. Former counsel to President Barack Obama and part of the defense for Bill Clinton during his impeachment, Gregory Craig charges 1,065 U.S. dollars an hour. William Nelson's 1,095 U.S. dollars asking price is based on his expertise on tax-litigation matters.


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