Guest Commentary

Opinion: The Time Is Now For Nonlawyer Ownership

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


It's time for the legal profession to wake up and begin discussing what it will look like in five years. A recent editorial in the Connecticut Law Tribune, which takes a stance against nonlawyer ownership of law firms, and columnist Mark Dubois' neutral piece reciting the facts about nonlawyer ownership around the world tee up the ball for the argument in support of the proposition.

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    Finally, someone talking about real solutions that would work to correct the mess the legal industry is in.

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