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New Business for Women and Minority Owned Solos & Small Firms

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If you’re a women or minority owned solo or small law firm, there’s some new opportunities for you described in this Press Release.  According to the National Association of Minority & Women Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF), many major corporations have announced an initiative to increase utililization of minority and women owned firms – and have vowed to send at least $16 million in business to these firms in the upcoming year.

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