Article covering the trend of legal incubator programs.
June 14, 2015
Organizations mentioned/involved: Legal Aid Society of Orange County (LASOC)
A tight job market for new lawyers and a push to make legal representation more affordable have prompted law schools in California and other states to fund startup law firms.
About two dozen so-called legal incubators or fellowship programs have cropped up nationwide in recent years to teach a few select law graduates the basics of legal practice and expand services to people who otherwise couldn’t afford a lawyer. And more schools are set to jump into the mix.
Many of the programs help graduates set up solo practices.Tags: Law Schools and Law Students, Legal Incubators