- How do you gain admission to federal court?
- Within what time frame do you need to act?
- How can filing a motion for remand help?
You triumphantly walk out of the county courthouse. Although you’ve been an attorney for three months, and you’ve been out of law school for eight months, you just completed your first real act as an attorney—you’ve filed your very first case. A person has trusted you to represent them in their time of pain and injury. A person has trusted you to fight for them against the enormous car company that poorly designed a breaking system on their new car.