The New England Report

In Vermont, There's Legal Work — for Those Who Work for It

, The National Law Journal


Vermont may not be the nation's largest legal market, but it offers a variety of niche practices and a fourth-in-the-nation unemployment rate of about 4.4 percent — evidence that work is available for those who look for it.

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  • IP Curious

    So the point of this article it the recovery of the legal economy and the biggest IP firm in the state (which is comprised of imports and isn't hiring) is doing "mostly out-of-state work"? Looks promising...

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