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Can firms be ranked objectively?

Can law firms be ranked accurately, objectively and on a numerical basis? Harris Beach’s A. Vincent Buzard is highly skeptical. The former president of the Monroe County Bar Association and the New York State Bar Association is at the forefront ...

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When tech and ethics collide

The American Bar Association’s recent Webinar on the potential pitfalls found at the intersection of technology and ethics, “Dangerous Curves Ahead: When Legal Ethics and Technology Collide,” addressed a number of challenges lawyers face on a daily basis ...

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ABA examining rankings closely

The American Bar Association this week announced it is examining “any efforts to publish national, state, territorial and local rankings of law firms and law schools,” according to a release.

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