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June 02, 2009

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Moeed Saeed

Nicole - Its interesting that you found that so many lawyers are searching for greener pastures because of the stresses in practicing law. In addition to leaving law, I found that lawyers are looking for new ways to reduce stress and find a work-life balance. I believe that the search for balance has forced lawyers to take a second look at the existing business model. Moreover, lawyers are now realizing that the existing model is facing obsolescence in today's marketplace. That puts us, as lawyers, in an exciting place. We are now shaping the way law is being practiced. I would like to think lawyers are becoming more efficient and balanced; in the end, it would be better for everyone.

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