One of the advantages of working in a large firm or for a judge over working for a small firm is having other lawyers around to talk to about the issues of the day. When I worked at the court of appeals, I had not just the judge and my fellow clerk in chambers, but about 15 other law clerks and staff attorneys to bounce ideas off of and compare notes with. Whether it’s talking about a new opinion or discussing strategy, it is helpful to hear other lawyers’ take on new and different issues.
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