Many observers are watching in alarm as the outside legal market size shrinks, 80 percent of potential clients are completely unserved, and lawyers are questioning whether incurring the immense debt of law school was worth it.

Clio’s first annual report on the state of small law suggests that farmers are doing better economically than lawyers. And we all know how impoverished small farmers are today.

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