Modern Small Firm Practice
B508 is taught by Stafford
Many new law school graduates hang their own shingles after graduation; some move quickly into the ranks of management at small firms across the country. Many lawyers are unfortunately ill prepared for their management roles. This class will examine the decisions inherent in creating or managing a small firm from the perspective of an applied legal ethics course, looking at how the Model Rules of Professional Conduct get applied on the ground in managing a law firm consistent with the ethical expectations of our profession.