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Posted on: Jun 22, 2020

From the ABA:

As the reality of the COVID-19 economy sets in, many legal employers are cutting back or canceling new-attorney hiring. With fierce competition for the remaining jobs, many new lawyers aren’t likely to find an attractive position. By necessity, many of these new graduates will consider opening their own practices right out of law school.

This article includes five tips for today’s recent law graduates who are considering hanging a shingle and going solo.

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