When It Comes To Teaching About Money, Law Schools Fail Miserably

Michael E. McCabe, Jr.ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct, Safekeeping PropertyLeave a Comment

Law schools are failing miserably to teach up and coming lawyers the most fundamental aspects of the business of law.  The absence of such training is particularly troublesome in today’s legal climate, where new law school grads far out number available entry level jobs. This economic reality can drive many newly-minted Esquires to make some very difficult life decisions, including … Read More