'Flexible Work' Makes Freelancing More Viable In BigLaw

By Elizabeth Black and Sara Eng (January 7, 2019, 1:37 PM EST) -- Upon graduating law school, attorneys usually face a limited choice of career paths. If they hope to work with name-brand, high-caliber clients, they can either commit to long hours at a top-tier firm with the hope of making partner or get their initial training in a BigLaw environment and then migrate to an in-house counsel position. Otherwise, they can forgo working with Fortune 500 businesses and either work at small or midsized firms, or open their own private practice servicing smaller clients....

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