I was born in New York and I’ve always lived in the city, so I know it well. But when we started looking at cities we looked at many factors: cost of living, quality of life for lawyers and their families, quality of schools and education opportunities. We also look at the number of young attorneys who live in a given area. In fact, there are more than 1 million people between 25 to 35 years old that still live in small towns or rural areas under three-thousand residents [per] township [population].
What do you mean by “quality of life?” How does one measure this? And what kind of activities would make a place better suited for professionals like yourself and your family?