ABA Head Says 'Job Corps' Can Thrive Despite Cash Crunch

Law360, New York (August 22, 2013, 1:38 PM EDT) -- The new president of the American Bar Association said Wednesday he is optimistic that money can be found to grow a legal jobs corps that would match young lawyers with clients in need across the country without sapping the already-taxed coffers of established legal services groups.

Manhattan-based Sullivan & Worcester LLP corporate finance partner James R. Silkenat, who took the helm of the 400,000-lawyer group last week, has listed as a top priority the effort to break down barriers that separate possibly millions of people who need...
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