• October 27, 2009

We are not well-suited to remedy lawyer shortages when struck by a flu pandemic, earthquake, catastrophic flood, or terrorist attack and many states (and now Minnesota) have considered or are considering measures in advance of such potentially chaotic times.

It’s a “Good Samaritan Law” variation for out-of-state lawyers, you might say.

Many see the idea of a “lawyer shortage” as a hilarious oxymoron — that is, until they need one and cannot obtain one.

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