4L is a market reaction. Plain and simple. The practice of law has changed dramatically in the last 10 years, and so must we,” said Brett Renzenbrink
Most law students track their development as a lawyer by numerical year (1L, 2L, 3L denoting what year of law school they are in).
4L is Renzenbrink’s version of education that extends past the 3rd year of law school into the real-world practice of law. The first installment, 4L focuses on “client development” (or recruitment and retention of clients). Renzenbrink plans to write a series of books.
Brett Renzenbrink is with the law firm Luper Neidenthal & Logan. He’s the managing attorney of the firm’s Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky group. Brett focuses his practice in the areas of complex commercial and business litigation, corporate formation/governance, real estate, and A-Z banking representation.