The survey also found that most of the firms included had no more than five attorneys employed. One expert cited in the article called the situation a “crisis,” adding that there are too few attorneys looking to step into the needed roles. A new 27-member panel by the State Bar Association was recently launched to examine the issue.
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Rural NY Facing Substantial Attorney Shortage: Survey
A survey from Albany Law School found law firms servicing areas outside of New York City are overburdened and dealing with major technology and funding issues. So reports The Times Union.
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