Be a Small-Town Lawyer

No one needs to remind law students and recent law school graduates about the dismal job market. Only 85 percent of the class of 2012 found a job of any kind post-graduation — and only 64 percent of those jobs required bar passage, which is an all-time low. This is the fifth consecutive year of decline and the lowest rate in 18 years, according to the National Association for Law Placement.

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When I hired Roy, I was miserable practicing as a partner in a small firm that in my view operated in a very dysfunctional manner. My gut told me that I should go out on my own, but just couldn’t pull the trigger. After thorough discussions wit…" Read the rest
– Solo practitioner, Duluth, MN

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