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Construction Law: To Specialize Or Not To Specialize

Law360 (May 8, 2018, 12:38 PM EDT) -- Whether they’re committed to construction law or also engaged in other practice areas, lawyers will go to the mat for the relative merits of their chosen path, but the key to a healthy construction practice likely comes from a willingness to admit one’s weaknesses and seek help from others in times of need.

Those who consider themselves specialists say that construction law is a complex, nuanced discipline that requires deep knowledge and years of experience.

“Just like you don’t want a doctor who one day dabbles in dermatology and the next day dabbles in brain surgery, this is a full-time, complicated...

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