As the economy continues to inflict financial distress upon many lawyers -- excruciatingly so for graduating law students -- tens of millions of Americans, many in the middle class, need attorneys but cannot afford them. This unmet need could sustain jobless lawyers, writes Coffey Burlington partner Kendall Coffey.
Underserved Middle Class Could Sustain Underemployed Law Graduates
The National Law Journal
August 22, 2012