There is no standard rate. It depends on the experience, the firm size, the nature of the work. $125.00 would not be unreasonable.
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You just can't let this drop can you? This is the fourth question about this attorney's practices. You must seem to her like a client from hell. In another question you said she charged $150/hr for paralegal work. That is not out of line.
There's no standard rate, and each firm is different. Whether the paralegals have credentials also affects their rate.
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