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  • adj. Not billable.


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non- +‎ billable


  • "Billable hours, nonbillable time demands, singular career development path, highly hierarchical/stratified structure ... it's a wonder that institutions as dysfunctional as [large law] firms have survived this long," wrote one.

    Joe Flom Takes Long View

  • (You should figure that 25% to 35% of your working hours will be spent on nonbillable tasks.)

    Is Free-Lancing for You?

  • But what they are saying translates in my profession to "nonbillable hours."

    One of Our Whales Is Missing

  • It seems to gathered a little more traction since the post by Matt Homann on the nonbillable hour: A You-Tube for Legal Docs?

    DocStoc Disaster

  • Maybe if it was some sort of nonbillable project or deep background research that would be different, but anything done on a particular client matter strikes me as trouble.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Ethics of Writing Samples:

  • Matt Homann of the nonbillable hour, for the same.

    Current Affairs

  • Says the library manager at another firm: "We teach [lawyers] that if it's nonbillable, and you don't think you can do it any other way, wait for training." - Newswire

  • This year, in establishing base salaries and bonuses, we gave increased weight to a wide variety of factors such as the quality of an attorney's work, the value provided to clients, industry level, including pro bono commitments, nonbillable contributions such as Firm citizenship and business development efforts, client service, and experience level.

    Above the Law

  • Antzis said that in 2006 Saul Ewing began a "client satisfaction program" in which members of the firm's client relations team, as well as Antzis himself, go out and conduct nonbillable interviews with clients to find out what the firm can do to better serve them. - Newswire

  • Like Antzis, he said the firm often has nonbillable meetings with clients to discuss their needs. - Newswire


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