Practicing Employment Law

Summer Young-Agriesti
Be a detective—it’s up to you to develop the complete factual background in a case.

Be a detective—it’s up to you to develop the complete factual background in a case.

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Congratulations. You’ve passed the bar and selected a fascinating practice area. Not only is employment law one of the most engaging areas of legal practice, it inherently involves people—their perceptions, interactions, stories—and never grows stale. Having seen my share of young attorneys both joining and leaving employment law practice, here is some advice to help new practitioners thrive.

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