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Q: I graduated last Spring, returned home to a small southern city, and started a solo practice. After a brief time, I discovered that you really can’t go home again. Instead, my spouse and I want to move to Brooklyn, something we’ve both wanted for a long time, but just didn’t seem possible last spring. Possible or not, it is now a sincere and strongly held goal to work for a New York firm. Given that I don’t have money to travel to NYC or live there unemployed for any amount of time, what strategies or techniques could you suggest to put me in front of potential employers?

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