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Law practice pays ‘too much too quickly to the wrong people doing the wrong thing,’ UK lawyer says

Oct 4, 2013, 07:45 pm CDT

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This story probably gets first place for being the most useless. Nothing in the story explains what the headline means. If law pays too much to the wrong people doing the wrong thing you would think the story would explain what is the wrong thing they're doing. But no, the story leaves it as a mystery. Proving that the writer didn't listen to the video so they can't spoil us by telling the secret.

By Santana on 2013 10 05, 7:27 am CDT

Oh, and the story should explain what work lawyers are doing that could be left to others. Seems like a huge hole to leave unfilled. I'm willing to bet the speaker explained what work he thinks other could do and who the others are. Really, it would be interesting to know the speakers thoughts on all of this and what his ideas might mean in terms of our "Law Practice Management." Unfortunately the story provides absolutely no content so that one has no idea what he's saying.

The story might just as well say, "Some guy said some stuff about lawyers. Listen to the video for an hour to figure out what."

By Santana on 2013 10 05, 7:45 am CDT

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