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    Site Selection for Lawyers, Part 6: Communities with “Moxie”

    There is a movement afoot in a growing number of communities that attorneys should know about when considering where they want to practice: local stakeholder groups are collaborating to establish formal arrangements designed to encourage, nurture and promote business.  These “bottom-up” initiatives can mean a larger, more prosperous client pool—including both organizations and individuals—and, consequently, the prospect of a thriving legal career.

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    Site Selection for Lawyers, Part 5: We “Shale” Overcome

    The “Shale Revolution” is upon us. The technologies that have leaped to the fore of energy extraction in the last decade have completely transformed the global energy markets and accomplished a “180” that a generation-plus of Presidents and Congresses failed to do and gave up on after seeing only darkness at the end of the tunnel. But the U.S. rise from the depths of energy dependence to the number one fossil fuel producer on the planet has not come without its challenges and disturbing questions. The good news for lawyers is that job and career opportunities are being generated on both sides of the energy "revolution."

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    Site Selection for Lawyers, Part 4: The Cluster Effect

    Attorneys naturally want to go where potential clients have put down roots. Among the best places to do just that are business “clusters,” concentrations of companies that opt for a particular location because other companies—in their industry, in compatible industries, or their suppliers—are there. Moreover, clusters tend to attract other businesses, so the client pool is never static and always growing.

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