Harry Keshet, a researcher and consultant who has previously worked with the National Association of Women Lawyers, is in the midst of a study of business development that promises to be a significant resource for the legal profession. He is collecting data about business development opportunities, resources, experiences, and results, and will analyze the data by gender, race, ethnicity, and sexual orientation. More information is available here. Ever feel like the business generation playing field wasn't quite level? Harry's study is going to tell us if that is true, and just how tilted it is for different groups of lawyers. Ever want to know what types of business development activities are most effective for different types of lawyers and lawyers in different practice areas? This study will tell us that, too.Of course, the study needs your participation. The survey takes about 15 minutes to complete and can be found here. All lawyers are encouraged to participate.Please take a few minutes to help this worthy endeavor, and then a couple more to email your colleagues and ask them to do the same. Thanks.