Incubators are all the rage in the (non-law) business world. They exist to provide start-ups of all flavors with resources, connections, and sometimes outright cold hard cash so that they can succeed. In the law arena, incubators have been a bit slower to catch on, but there are now a number of programs housed at law schools and bar associations across the country. Many are focused on access to justice issues, but several concentrate on solosmall practice. Read more.
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