Law Firm Economics

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Law Firm Economics , Wednesday March 10, 12:00 Р1:00 p.m. in John Chipman Gray Room (Pound 213)

If you are interested in working at a law firm one day, it is imperative to understand that the practice of law is a business. This program will help you navigate the seemingly murky waters of the business of law firms as Trent Norris, head of Arnold & Porter’s San Francisco office, explains: the nuts and bolts of firm profitability (including the real deal about billable hours and profits-per-partner), how associates fit into the picture, and the meaning and effect of different partnership structures on an organization. A must-see for anyone contemplating private sector practice.¬† Lunch provided by Arnold & Porter.

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1 Comment

  1. Jingyi Chen

    March 10, 2010 @ 2:44 am

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    “it is imperative to understand that the practice of law is a business.” It interets me to learn more about that!