Legal staff an economic casualty

Massi, Bob
September 2002
Las Vegas Business Press;9/9/2002, Vol. 19 Issue 36, p5
Analyzes the consequences of post September 11 terrorist attacks on the recruitment of additional in-house lawyers in the U.S. Comparison of 2000 with 2001 survey on hiring of legal staff; Effects of economic slowdown on downsizing plan of business operators; Implications for lawyers and law firms in the region.


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