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Commercial Law at DePaul

posted by Bob Lawless

On May 1, DePaul University College of Law and the Commercial Law League of America are sponsoring a symposium entitled "Lawyers, Law Firms & the Legal Profession: An Ethical View of the Business of Law." The program appears aimed principally at practicing lawyers with topics such as whether the billable hour must die (echoing Scott Turow's recent claim in the ABA Journal), lawyer mobility, and the state of ethics in the legal profession. The event will take place at the Westin Hotel on Michigan Avenue in Chicago, Illinois. More information and how to register can be found here.

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