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This article identifies several steps which helped me successfully transition from inhouse to private practice, and other steps I wish I would have taken.
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As a Dockets Specialist for Thomson Reuters, I work with large and medium law firms around the country, helping them with their
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Early on in its run, the CBS legal drama “The Good Wife” established that its main character, a lawyer who took a
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