A Rockville law firm hired an experienced paralegal.    In almost every conversation with the new employee, the partners and associates at this law firm spoke about how much they should be able to earn from each client and how much the paralegal should be billing each client.   The paralegal immediately concluded that the law firm was more interested in generating fees than in helping its clients resolve their legal problems.   After working at the new firm for a few weeks, the paralegal quit in disgust and was re-hired by her former employer.