Posts tagged ‘new lawyers’

Hanging a Shingle: Lessons Learned From Launching a Practice As a Young Lawyer

  I graduated from law school and took the bar in 2013. For the past year, I’ve been working as a law clerk in the Denver…

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What to do now that you’ve passed THE BAR EXAM

  Editor’s note: There are several ways to become a licensed attorney in Colorado. This article is targeted to those Class C applicants who passed the…

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What advice would you give to a new lawyer in their first year of practice?

  The transition from law student to full-fledged attorney isn’t exactly a piece of cake. In fact, it can sometimes feel like you have no idea…

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Career Hack: Valuable Advice for Women in Law

  “When I was in your spot in law school, the issue of being a woman in law was nonexistent for me…. It never occurred to…

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How Will Millennials Transform the Future of Law?

  “It must be nice to leave at 5:30—when I was your age I was in the office until 10 every night.” This line, spoken in…

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A Kinder, Gentler Law School

The Docket recently reviewed the 1973 movie The Paper Chase, which portrayed a law school experience that was intimidating, emasculating and downright scary (The Docket, October,…

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