By Professor Nancy Rapoport
Let’s spend this month talking about planning. Ethics rules require you to plan ahead for things like selling your practice1 and for handling things while you’re out of the office.2 But what kind of planning are you doing for the fact that law practice is changing?
How many times have you talked to someone who’s said, “I don’t need a lawyer to help me file for bankruptcy—I can get the forms online”? You know that the nuances . . .
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