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How To Get A “Great” Legal Job

By Adam Gropper Law school teaches you a unique way of analytical thinking.  This way of thinking is useful for lawyers grappling with legal issues, and may help you get through law school and pass the bar, but it is

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Learn the Fundamentals of Writing First—Experiment Later

By Bryan Garner for the ABA Journal, It’s often said that you must know the rules before you break them. But why is that, exactly? It’s a question worth pondering. I recently flew coast to coast sitting beside a young

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“Communication Snacks: 52 Bite-Sized Communication Tips for the Busy Professional” — A Book Review

By Eric Jaworski Sometimes you do not know you are hungry until you see or smell a plate of food. I did not know I was in need of a “Communication Snack” until I started reading this book. Whether lawyers

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