By Leah A. Tedford | February 29, 2024
This book is for anyone who writes legal documents. It focuses on litigation and offers many examples from litigation documents, but it also contains tips for transactional practitioners and other writers.
By The Young Lawyer Editorial Board | February 22, 2024
As young lawyers embark on this long road of trying to figure out how to balance work responsibilities with family obligations and other commitments, many wonder whether it is actually possible to "do it all," like more senior attorneys seem to be able to do.
By Dorothy M. Sluszka and Morgan Spina | February 15, 2024
Regardless of the pathway to your practice area, it should ultimately be your choice, one that you make deliberately, and one that will lead you down a path of personal career fulfillment.
By Aron Solomon | February 8, 2024
The Epstein Law Firm's Michael J. Epstein, a New Jersey lawyer and Harvard Law School graduate, offers law students six key tips that come from his decades of experience as a lawyer and his work as a Harvard Law mentor.
By The Young Lawyer Editorial Board | January 25, 2024
The $7.5 million in funding allocated through the 2023 Pennsylvania state budget should be just the beginning, as the lack of state-level funding in Pennsylvania has led to a patchwork of county funding.
By The Young Lawyer Editorial Board | December 20, 2023
Far too often young attorneys measure their worth based on their ability to make partner or to move up the ranks of a large law firm. The stigma that many of these young attorneys face when they either choose to move on from a law firm or ultimately do not make partner needs to be reconsidered.
By Paul Loriston | December 13, 2023
One of the best ways to get one step ahead is to take some time away from your desk and go listen to some stories.
By Dorothy M. Sluszka | November 15, 2023
Being a go-to person in your firm or your company's legal department on a certain topic is not something reserved for partners or senior attorneys—it can happen more quickly than you think, and is something that can manifest organically through an assignment or intentionally through a topic in which you are already interested and choose to delve deeper.
By The Young Lawyer Editorial Board | October 25, 2023
Three years after the lockdown forced employees to figure out how to work from home, the harm from the uncertainty around this issue can easily outweigh the comparative benefits of finding the optimum work-from-home policy. This is particularly true in the case of younger lawyers, whose fledgling careers—and growing family obligations—will be shaped the most by these policies.
By Diana C. Manning, Benjamin J. DiLorenzo and Kyle A. Valente | October 12, 2023
Cross-examination is the most challenging and important aspect of trial practice. There are no substitutes for preparation and knowledge, all of which combine for a rewarding and optimal experience.
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