Happy Holidays from Big Law Business!

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The Big Law Business and Bloomberg Law editorial teams are taking some time off for the holidays. We’ll be fairly quiet until January 2. In the meantime, stay warm with a collection of some of our all-time most-read contributed articles.

Earlier this month, legal blogger Bob Ambrogi chose blockchain as his legal technology word of the year, writing that “a year ago, no one in the legal profession was talking about blockchain.” Well, back in June of 2015, just a few months after Big Law Business launched, we featured a contributed column from two Holland & Knight attorneys Joe Dewey and Shawn Amuial, predicting that blockchain technology will transform the practice of law.

Blockchain Technology Will Transform the Practice of Law

Who doesn’t love a good Venn diagram? Law firm consultant Lee Feldman provided one that was a hit with our readers in his article, “What Lawyers Put in Their Bios vs. What Clients Want,” which urged lawyers to break from “the boring lockstep that characterizes the industry today.”

What Lawyers Put in Their Bios vs. What Clients Want

The executive director of Law School Transparency, Kyle McEntee, contributed this article in 2016 about a slight increase in the legal job rate for 2015 graduates, but argued not to get too excited because the market for entry-level legal jobs remained, “grim.”

Law Grads Still Face a Tough Job Market

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