If someone told you there was a hot technology hub—by some estimates the third largest in the country—and a dearth of talent to meet the needs of the established and startup tech companies there—would your midsize firm recognize it as an opportunity? Or would you assume that because it’s tech, it’s just a Big Law play?

Those are the kinds of questions I start asking myself when I read this story from Xiumei Dong for the Recorder about the need for startup lawyers in “Silicon Beach,” in West Los Angeles.

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