Question: I am a new lawyer, and I understand the need to keep my “filter” on. But it seems awkward to focus on that all the time. And I sometimes find that I have let my guard down before I know it. Any suggestions?
Q: I’m a freshman in High School, and I want to prepare to become an attorney. I have already done a bit of research, but there are still a few questions that I have (below).A: Excellent! You are preparing early! Being a lawyer can be fascinating and rewarding. But it’s
Q: Are there lessons for new lawyers from the recent Academy Awards “Envelopegate” snafu involving PricewaterhouseCoopers?A: Oh yes. The more obvious lessons are that even with straightforward assignments, the consequences of mistakes can be huge and “do-overs” may not be possible. I discuss these and other lessons below.“Envelopegate” is
How should you refer to people that you interact with professionally? Start with a formal salutation - especially for professors and administrators.
A deeper dive into the data from the Money Matters: 2016 Millennial Lawyer Survey Results reveals the answers to this questions about careers in the legal field.
Making connections in a new city can be challenging, but moving after graduation can be the ideal time to head to a new locale. After school you have the luxury – and the challenge – of being able to build your ideal career from scratch.
The start of a new year is a perfect time to reflect on past accomplishments and to commit to changes that will take your practice to the next level.DLA Piper partner Christina L. Martini recently wrote about the importance of new year’s resolutions on the Ms.
Q: Everyone says I should do informational interviews. Any advice on how I should go about this? A: Yes. Informational interviews can help you in several ways. But you need to plan before you dive in.Here are some tips to make the most of your contacts:Identify your purpose. First, decide what