It Takes Two for "Making It on Your Own"

March 1978
American Bar Association Journal;Mar1978, Vol. 64 Issue 3, p430
Entertainment Review
Reports on the teamup between the American Bar Association and the California Young Lawyers to produce the videotape program 'Making It on Your Own: Building a Private Law Practice.' Concept of the videotape; Storyline; Script.


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