Thursday, September 8, 2011

South Dakota Rural Areas Need Lawyers

When I was in law school, the need for attorneys to practice in rural areas was a topic much discussed among the students and the faculty.  Chief Justice Gilbertson, of the South Dakota Supreme Court, even came to the law school to discuss the issue on more than one occasion.  It looks like the Wall Street Journal has picked up the topic now.  You can access the story here, if you are interested in reading more.


  1. I agree that there is much need for law practice in rural areas because just like what the old adage says, "where law is lacking, there is more injustice being made." Unfortunately, it's the rural areas that hugely manifest this.

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