Practical Advice for New Law School Graduates

William L. Pfeifer Jr.
If you learn how to talk to clients, you’ll find yourself being hired by more of them.

If you learn how to talk to clients, you’ll find yourself being hired by more of them.

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One of the first things that new graduates from law school realize as they start their legal careers is that law school did not teach them very much about how to practice law. Although each field of law has specialized advice that applies only to those areas of practice, there are some basic principles that all new attorneys should follow in starting their legal careers. These suggestions will help you get off to a good start regardless of your field of practice.

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