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New Lawyer Going Solo? Here's the Playbook to Land Your First Clients

Newly minted lawyers are hanging their own shingles at a much higher rate than ever before. While some law schools have started offering courses on the practical business skills for running a firm as a result of this increase, the ivory tower is a bit too far removed from......
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