Ronda Muir has been asked by Yale Law School to conduct a seminar in April for law students on the economics of law firm practice and how associates can add to the bottom line. 

In the highly competitive legal market, associates benefit from understanding the underlying financial considerations that shape law practices and their policies, and how to quickly become a productive contributor to their firms’ financial success.  

Yale Law School was acknowledged in the Carnegie Foundation’s Advancement of Teaching two-year study of the North American legal education system, published in 2006, as one of only three law schools offering a balanced curriculum.