Some money is not worth earning and certain clients are not worth representing. But turning away business is gut-wrenching, especially for a lawyer looking to build a practice.
Although the internal struggle over whether to refuse to take a case can be tough, there are several types of clients who are not worth taking on, according to solo and small-firm lawyers.
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