There are two purposes to this chapter. Having formulated in the previous chapter an understanding of the types of cases that advocates accepted, we now must consider the impact that such an undertaking had on an advocate’s life. In the first broad section, time is the hub to which the various topics connect, the central questions being how much time did an advocate allot for each case, and what activities made up his involvement? The second purpose of this chapter is to study specifically the advocate’s participation during a case within the courtroom itself.