For many years, it was widely accepted that law schools failed to teach practice management and business development skills that are essential for lawyers to learn to become successful. Things have changed significantly in recent years.

Law schools are implementing curriculum and programs that address the business issues law students will face when they become practicing lawyers. While this is a big step forward, and students are graduating more prepared than ever before, the reality is that most aspects of business development cannot be taught in the classroom.

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