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for: ‘October, 2007’

Character, Fitness & Redemption: Measuring Fitness to Practice

Over the past 20 years the Minnesota Supreme Court has evolved a remarkable jurisprudence in reinstatement and bar admission cases that is nearly scriptural in its subject and its vocabulary. Although miscreants, generally, are redeemable, few have shown the desire, resolve, and actual transformation needed to obtain certification of redemption Mr. Wernz, don’t you believe […]

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Starting Your Own Firm: Think Before You Leap

Knowing yourself is critical in assessing whether starting your own law firm will be right for you.  Apart from projecting revenues and expenses, establishing a client base, and handling the details of office leasing and marketing, knowing what’s motivating you and what you hope to achieve are essential to making a good decision. You’ve been thinking […]

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