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100 ABA Journal Law Scribbler articles.

From Opposing Sides and in a Recession, Two Attorneys Form Their Own Firm
How Can You Make Sure Your Client Pays You What You’re Owed?
ABA Journal business of law reporter Rachel M. Zahorsky discusses this topic with Beazley’s Brant Weidner, along with key points for lawyers to contemplate when weighing the risks and rewards of a fee suit and ways to prevent the predicament altogether.
Listen Up! Law Deans and Professors Discuss the Law School Loan Crisis
Dean Says ‘Law School Bubble’ Was 25 Years in the Making
In this second part of a two-part podcast series, hear ABA Journal business of law reporter Rachel M. Zahorsky host follow-up discussions with law school deans and professors to explore the merits and critiques of federal loan programs, examine the root causes of the deep debt students face and propose potential solutions to combat future tuition hikes.
Law Deans and a Law Professor Respond to the ‘Law School Bubble’
Hear ABA Journal business of law reporter Rachel M. Zahorsky host follow-up discussions on the law school bubble with law school deans and professors to explore the merits and critiques of federal loan programs, examine the root causes of the deep debt students face and propose potential solutions to combat future tuition hikes.
Time to Be Gettin’ Business: Associates Should Gear Up Inside and Outside Networks



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