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Reviewed in the United States on January 28, 2020
A book like this is long overdue. I've been doing research on legal consumers and lawyers for about five years now, and I can confidently say that the information in this book is highly relevant, timely, and important. Newton urges lawyers to be lawyers, but to think outside the box that law school tries to neatly put you in. Thriving as a legal practitioner is about more than just practicing law. Experience is king, and lawyers who don't deliver do so at their own peril. The latent market is real, and lawyers who ignore it are missing out on huge opportunities. And client-centricity is how lawyers will thrive in the future of law. Newton tackles these subjects, offering clear guidelines on how to run and grow a law practice in a way that not only benefits you but also your clients and even the very real legal needs of society as a whole. - Nika Kabiri, JD PhD
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