Self Employment v. Entrepreneurship (in the legal field)

This is an interesting essay regarding a topic we covered in class a few weeks ago: entrepreneurship versus self employment. This essay asserts that not everyone who opens a solo or small firm would qualify as an entrepreneur. Rather, these people are self employed. The author of the essay seems to define entrepreneurship in the law as:¬†“re-imagin[ing] and reshap[ing] the delivery of legal services…[and]¬†build[ing] that better mouse trap within the profession.” ¬†Essentially, the author defines legal entrepreneurship as a legal startup that delivers legal services in a different way.

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