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Big Changes on The Legal Scene: Layoffs and Outsourcing

ByLaw.net, from Office Managing Director
A report I read in the Wall Street Journal this week really concerned me as well. This A report I read in the Wall Street Journal this week really concerned me as well. This report started that up to 35,000 legal jobs will have moved offshore by 2010
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