The Age of the Specialist Is Upon Us
"Michael Lincoln, partner and head of the business department at Cooley, says firms are looking to add specializations they think will make them more profitable. Cooley fits that mold, in part, because the firm focuses on the life sciences, education technology and cybersecurity sectors, and has built up specialized capabilities to be able to serve companies in those spaces. To that end, Lincoln says Cooley has hired many lawyers who have doctorates in a scientific discipline."
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