For years, Kurt Benecke says, it made sense for law firms to be clustered around town squares. They were the hub of cities across America. But downtowns don't play that role as much anymore, says Benecke. He's the chief operating officer of The Law Store, a Joplin-based company opening legal offices in what it considers the modern-day equivalent of the town square: the world's largest brick-and-mortar retailer.
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0 #1 Malcolm Pearson 2016-10-25 07:44
If you have an issue with "no response" from this link to the article at News Leader, use this link to the ABA site to read their article on the same topic.

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