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The Big Firm Small Firm Comparison

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Law Girl of On Firm Ground posts the second installment of her biglaw-small law comparison.  This time, the focus is on the differences in client contact between the two venues (essentially, client contact at one of those places is a myth, I’ll leave it to you to figure out which one) and what Law Girl has learned as a result of spending time with clients.  Much of what Law Girl’s learned as an associate at a small firm would also hold true for an attorney going solo, so her Biglaw/Small Law series is worth following.

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