Running from the law: why good lawyers are getting out of the legal profession

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Ten Speed Press, Mar 1, 1991 - Business & Economics - 205 pages
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Describes ways in which lawyers are unhappy with the contemporary practice of law, and suggests how to make improvements or to undertake a career change

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Running from the law: why good lawyers are getting out of the legal profession

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Basing this book primarily on interviews and on her own personal experiences, former attorney Arron looks at why experienced and successful lawyers are dissatisfied with their profession and are ... Read full review

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The final 1/3 of the book is junk, but the rest was inspiring & interesting. Read full review

Contents

PRISON UNREST1
1
THE RUNNERS PROFILE25
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UP AGAINST THE WALL57
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Copyright

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