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The legal industry experienced a bumpy ride in the past five years. However, a few practice areas have fared well. Health care, regulatory, and energy law have all seen growth and are expected to continue to grow. This article explores the practice areas with input from practitioners and future lawyers.
There is far more to marriage than finding someone to love. One of those aspects is how you both handle finances. Having student loan debt can complicate that. This article gives advice on how to examine your marital financial situation and options.
When you entered law school you may have not known what type of lawyer you want to be. Or you may have thought you knew, but are now unsure. This article provides an analytical framework to use to determine where your interests lie now.
The zombie noun is slow and prodding. It replaces the lively phrasing that makes your writing pop. This article shows you how to spot zombie nouns and avoid them.
Your classroom education provides you with practical skills. This article gives advice on how to turn your classroom practice into real world application.
Diana Alvarado Chavez passionately defends domestic violence victims. She uses her legal knowledge and language skills to help victims navigate the justice system and start new lives.
Stay objective, stay the course.
Three quick looks at bar exam prep, keeping up your stamina to finish the term, and hustling like a lawyer.
Michael Palermo uses his oral advocacy skills and knowledge as a solo practice attorney as a yoga instructor. He teaches in classrooms and on the beach.