Summary: Why are there really fewer law firm jobs out there? While the declining legal market, the recession, and increased law school enrollment have all been blamed, what is the real reason fewer law firm jobs are available? These questions are explored in this revealing exposé by Harrison Barnes.
What are the main causes of some of the problems in the current legal market? The real reasons for many problems in the legal market are known by many attorneys. The problem is that very few people are actually talking about these reasons.
Many attorneys are very dishonest people—and this is what this article is about. This article is an identification of the factors that are creating a “glut” of lawyers and unemployed attorneys. This glut exists because certain things are not being done correctly. There are some major problems in the legal market that create massive, upward pressure on legal bills and a lack of trust of attorneys by the public. None of this will change unless the legal profession changes.
Read the full article to find out more about what is wrong with the legal market and what can be done to change it: The Real Reason There Are Fewer Law Firm Jobs (What No Attorney Wants You to Know)