Roosh Williams has spent the past five years climbing the ranks of Houston’s rap scene, but the artist known for his lightning-fast rhymes is dropping the mic and picking up casebooks.
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The litigator shares his "pro pro bono" vision for the section's 50,000 members.
Since 2008, the demand for legal services and law firm profitability has, even under the most optimistic studies, remained stagnant. Competition for market share has escalated. In response to this tightening landscape, many "BigLaw" firms have turned to alternative fee arrangements, or AFAs, as a way to stay ahead of, and distinguish themselves from the competition (without reducing rates), and cultivate a loyal client base.
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