“[L]aw is facing a productivity imperative. To cope with globalization, the world needs better, faster, and cheaper legal output. The artisan trained lawyer just can’t keep up. To address the productivity imperative – or, more accurately, to turn a profit from this business opportunity—a new generation of legal entrepreneurs has emerged.”
An in-depth look at the history of the legal profession and its place in the current social and economic climate. Read and understand!
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