Lydia Kelley was quoted extensively in the May 31 issue of the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. The article, "'Development time' yields job satisfaction," reported on McDermott Will & Emery implementing a firm-wide "Professional Development" account for associates. The program gives first and second year associates 75 hours that count toward the billables requirement to be used fro professional development experiences. The associates have an opportunity to see first-hand how experienced lawyers handle certain situations. Because the hours count toward the billables requirement for compensation purposes, "The associate can get this experience without having to take a day off, basically," commented Ms. Kelley.