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June 06, 2005

Big Firm or Small Firm?

Relatively new blogger Lawgirl at On Firm Ground recently started what she hopes will be an ongoing series of posts on the differences between working in a big firm vs. working in a small firm. The first installment covers the most obvious difference—you'll make more money at the big firm. But Lawgirl also mentions some smaller details about differences between the two types of workplaces that could be very helpful to those faced with a choice between them.

Posted by mowabb at June 6, 2005 05:53 AM

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