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Reinventing The Law Business: Training Tragedies – How NOT To Be Trained As A Lawyer!

When you start your career, you are told you have to do great legal work, or words to that effect. This means consistent delivery to your supervisors of the following (which I will refer to as “Technical Legal Skills”): No typos in documentation Make coherent arguments in briefs, memoranda, and other litigation documents Do excellent […]
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