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The Future of Large Law Firms In The Age of More For Less: Implications For Careers (English)


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The Future of Large Law Firms In The Age of More For Less: Implications For Careers, recorded February 14, 2013.

Wilkins will examine the large-scale forces reshaping the global market for corporate legal services, and how these changes are likely to affect law firms and legal careers in the coming decades.

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Author:
David Wilkins
Title:
Professor
Department:
Law
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