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    Monday
    Sep082014

    Site Selection for Lawyers, Part 2: Charting Economic Growth

    This is where the “macro” meets the “micro.” National economic data is important because business and the economy, broadly speaking, are cyclical phenomena, despite what Alan Greenspan and a host of other hubristic individuals proclaimed so imperiously just prior to the Great Recession. Yes, there still is a business cycle, despite their pronouncements to the contrary, and they have to be considered in any due diligence investigation about where to located a practice. But they are only part of the equation, and not the most important part.

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    Tuesday
    Aug122014

    Site Selection for Lawyers, Part 1: Where the Gas Flows..or Not?

    When you perform the necessary due diligence on the best place for you to practice law, you need to investigate a host of factors. The LawCareers blog addressed a number of the key factors last year. Since then, a variety of new, worthy concerns have emerged. They will be covered in this and successive “Site Selection” blogs to follow.

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    Monday
    Jul282014

    What Law Schools Can Learn from Community Colleges

    Law schools and legal education have a lot to learn from an unlikely source: America’s almost 1,600 community colleges. The lessons that often disrespected two-year schools can teach law schools are many and very relevant to the current crisis in legal education.

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