Former Indiana University Maurer School of Law dean, Leonard Fromm, believed that law students could excel as attorneys if they adhered to certain practices and behaviors. William Henderson recently published an article about these practices and behaviors in the National Jurist, naming them the Fromm Six. Paul Caron of the Tax Prof Blog distilled the Fromm Six into six attributes:
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Hat Tip: Tax Prof Blog