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Excellent, Chuck. I do this same type of work but don't specialize in this one area. Would definitely like to do more of it, though.

(And I'll stay outta Baja Oklahoma, too!) ;^)

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Andrew Svitek

How susceptible is this type of practice to regulatory changes? That would be my concern with narrowing one's focus too greatly. In the land use regulatory area in which I practice, there is a constant battle between the regulators and property owners and the pendulum shifts from one year to the next (especially in areas like signage, wineries, telecom towers, energy facilities). In Oregon, there was a takings voter initiative passed over to be repealed several years later with another voter initiative. That's not even addressing what goes on at the local level. What cases get filed and how they will fare really depends on timing. As we know real estate development has a long time frame and is cyclical. Does this mean you keep changing a niche, or you make your niche broad enough (but harder to market) to withstand these regulatory changes (being a lawyer for the "opposition", for instance)?

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