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    Live Chat: So You Want to Be a Local Government Attorney?

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    Live Chat: So You Want to Be a Local Government Attorney?

    August 18, 2016

    1:00-1:30 p.m., Eastern

    $5 Registration Fee

     

    Join us for this half hour live chat. Come armed with your questions about what it takes to be a city attorney or county attorney. This web platform is text only (no audio) and allows attendees to type questions to the panelists. 

    Among other topics, the panel can address: 

    -What type of law school classes and internships are helpful

    -How their law offices are structured and how attorneys work (on teams or individually)

    -Training and leadership opportunities

    -Types of cases lawyers in this area handle

    -Duties/experiences a first year local government attorney will handle (courtroom and client contact)

    -How to best transition to a local government attorney position from other practice areas

    -Best parts of the job/biggest challenges

    -How attorneys find a work-life balance

     

    Panelists:

     

    Eric “Lenny” Friedland, Assistant City Attorney, City of San Antonio, TX

    Heather Mulloy, Assistant County Attorney, Montgomery County Attorney’s Office, MD

    Regina Nassen, Assistant County Attorney, Pima County, AZ

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    Live Chat: So You Want to Be a Local Government Attorney?

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    Jan 01, 0001

    Live Chat: So You Want to Be a Local Government Attorney?

    Live Chat: So You Want to Be a Local Government Attorney?

    August 18, 2016

    1:00-1:30 p.m., Eastern

    $5 Registration Fee

     

    Join us for this half hour live chat. Come armed with your questions about what it takes to be a city attorney or county attorney. This web platform is text only (no audio) and allows attendees to type questions to the panelists. 

    Among other topics, the panel can address: 

    -What type of law school classes and internships are helpful

    -How their law offices are structured and how attorneys work (on teams or individually)

    -Training and leadership opportunities

    -Types of cases lawyers in this area handle

    -Duties/experiences a first year local government attorney will handle (courtroom and client contact)

    -How to best transition to a local government attorney position from other practice areas

    -Best parts of the job/biggest challenges

    -How attorneys find a work-life balance

     

    Panelists:

     

    Eric “Lenny” Friedland, Assistant City Attorney, City of San Antonio, TX

    Heather Mulloy, Assistant County Attorney, Montgomery County Attorney’s Office, MD

    Regina Nassen, Assistant County Attorney, Pima County, AZ

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