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New Lawyers Are Finding Fewer Private Practice Jobs

If you’re a recent grad and are having trouble landing that private law job, you’re in good company — or least you have company. According to a new report from the National Association of Law Placement, private law placement of law grads is the poorest it has been since 1996.......

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Law Grad Class Of 2015 Secured Fewest Priv…

HIGHER EDUCATION BUBBLE UPDATE, LEGAL EDUCATION EDITION: Law Grad Class Of 2015 Secured Fewest Private Practice Jobs Since 1996.

Law Grad Class Of 2015 Secured Fewest Private Practice Jobs Since 1996

NALP, Salaries for New Graduates Rise While Employment Rate Remains Unchanged, Number of Private Practice Jobs Tumbles: New law school graduates from the Class of 2015 secured fewer private practice jobs than any class since 1996. Nevertheless, the percentage of graduates who found jobs in private practice increased slightly from...

2015 Law School Graduates Got Fewer Jobs in Private Practice

Last year’s graduates landed fewer jobs in private practice than any class in the last two decades, according to the National Association for Law Placement.

Law School Graduates Finding Fewer Private Practice Jobs

The number of law school graduates entering private practice after getting their degrees has shrunk to the lowest level in nearly two decades, according to a new survey.

To fix rural health care, you have to understand it first

Recently, physicians in small private practices and rural areas breathed a collective sigh of relief.  There is a possibility the implementation of changes to physician reimbursement (known as MACRA) could be delayed.  Thank you, Mr. Slavitt, for listening.  I am grateful to Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Ron Wyden (D-OR) for keeping our rural needs in […]

Rural America: A Primer for Washington Officials, Columnists and Dartmouth Economists

By NIRAN AL-AGBA Earlier this week, physicians in small private practices and rural areas breathed a collective sigh of relief.  There is a possibility the implementation of changes to physician reimbursement (known as MACRA) could be delayed.  Thank you, Mr. Slavitt, for listening.  I am grateful to Orrin Hatch (R-UT) and Ron Wyden (D-OR)

How MACRA will decimate the private practice physician

Small, independent private practices are closing, increasing numbers of physicians are retiring, and fewer medical school graduates are choosing primary care.  The old-fashioned practice my father and I have built is a dying entity.  Parents say coming to see us for an appointment feels more like a visit with a friend than a medical encounter.  […]

Taye Diggs Joins Empire Season 3

Taye Diggs is joining Empire for the Fox drama's third season. The Private Practice alum has landed the recurring role of Angelo Dubois, a city councilman from a well-respected New York family, TVLine reports. But don't let Angelo's pedigree and wealth fool you. He isn't as concerned with money as he... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Empire Taye Diggs

Open seat on NC Court of Appeals

2 months agoUS Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

No Primary, no plurality restrictions, no problem: Another election will be on the November ballot in North Carolina because an appeals court judge recently resigned to take a job in private practice. The candidate filing period forShow More Summary

Obamacare and the Private Practitioner: 2016

A doctor on the front lines explains how private practice medicine in the United States under Obamacare is rapidly going away.

Want To Be A Therapist? Here's A (Not Very Serious) Quiz

Many readers tell me that they are interested in having a career like me.  Well, okay, maybe three people have said this but whatever.  In order to help you decide if being a psychologist in private practice is your ball of wax, I've created the following quick and easy quiz. 1. Show More Summary

Dr. Foster Discusses In an Exclusive Interview What Women Really Want from Men

Stacey Chillemi: Hi Dr. Foster! Can you start by telling us a little about yourself and your book? Dr. Kathryn Foster: I'm a psychologist in private practice in Texas and have done couples therapy for 28 years. After I wrote The Naked...Show More Summary

Great Job, Internet!: This is what a whole wall of pop culture cereal boxes looks like

By day, Gabe Fonseca is a television writer whose credits include Wizards Of Waverly Place and Private Practice. But in his free time, he’s established himself as one of YouTube’s preeminent experts on breakfast cereal, even doing a web series about the topic called Cereal Time. Show More Summary

Top 3 Cool Legal Jobs This Week: I Want YOU! For Gov't Lawyer!

Have you taken your shot at the private sector and now want to move over to government work? We can't blame you. For many young and middle-aged attorneys out there, the fight to be king of the private practice hill is just not all that it's cracked up to be.......

Guest Post: Court Access Lacking for Oakland Tenants Facing Eviction

This is a guest post by David Hall, a private practice lawyer who focuses on tenants rights in Oakland, California. So, the new presiding judge for Alameda county, decided, in his infinite wisdom, that Unlawful Detainer actions (evictions)...Show More Summary

Welcome to the Global Spiritual Revolution

Authored by Jared Michaels for Psyched in San Francisco Magazine. Jared is a psychotherapist in private practice in San Francisco and Berkeley and a Zen teacher in the San Francisco Zen Center lineage. We may not recognize it, and there...Show More Summary

Tennessee Governor Signs Mean-Spirited “Counseling Discrimination Bill” Into Law

Last night, Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam signed into law a mean-spirited anti-LGBT bill. The “Counseling Discrimination Bill,” SB 1556, allows a licensed counselor in a private practice to use personal or religious beliefs as an excuse...Show More Summary

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