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One of the most important changes in the legal industry over the past few years is the growth of small firms and boutiques. If you work in one of those firms, please answer these questions:
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Do you read Daily Journal profiles of small firms published Fridays?
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small firm management issues?
best practices for small firms?
advice on technology for small firms?
articles on lawyer movement (hiring and departures) in small firms
We publish news about new firms, office moves, promotions and new hires for firms of all sizes.
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