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College of Law Practice Management

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This past weekend, I was excited and honored to be inducted as a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management . I spent some time with my buddy Ed Poll  who’s been hammering the point that law is a business before many of today’s futurists were even born.  Ever insightful, Ed asked one of the most important questions to one of the panels on alternative business models, which was something along the lines of “Who is going to train today’s upcoming lawyers when big law is gone and will no longer serve as a training ground?” 

Anyway, even after a weekend at the event, I’m still not sure that I fully understand everything about COLPM but I certainly look forward to being part of it so that I can share news about new developments with solo and small law firms.

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