Yesterday in proofreading, just three jobs:
1. A viciously contentious arbitration over the firing of a racist employee. 258 pages
2. A densely technical deposition of a professor who wouldn't stop answering the questions he wanted to rather than what had been asked. 307 pages
3. A civil but wall-to-wall, long-paragraphed deposition of a psychiatrist in a defamation case related to the Jeffrey Epstein sex slave scandal. 172 pages
Total for the day: 737 pages and melted synapses.