Category Archives: Issues in legal practice

  1. From Insult to Experience


    February 1, 2014 by williamsjustliving

    My client was sticking to the not guilty plea, and rejecting all plea bargains. I had looked at the evidence …
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  2. #NLL: Embrace the Weirdness

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    October 11, 2013 by williamsjustliving

    I was, initially, going to call this “Embrace the Type A” but then I looked up the actual definition of …
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  3. #NLL: Never quote the law off the top of your head


    September 29, 2013 by williamsjustliving

    That ought to go without saying. You took the class in law school and you more or less listened to …
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  4. New Lawyer Lessons #NLL

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    September 29, 2013 by williamsjustliving

    It’s a been a while since I’ve posted to my legal blog. I took the Georgia bar exam, and went …
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  5. Rage 5: Law students will one day be lawyers…

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    April 21, 2013 by williamsjustliving

    I can’t honestly play the victim in this post. I have been blessed with opportunities to become acquainted with some …
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  6. Rage 4: Give and get respect

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    February 26, 2013 by williamsjustliving

    The scenario is quite cliche: Law student hired as intern; law student slaves; law student treated quite shabbily. But, the …
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  7. Rage 3: Respect your learning style

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    February 19, 2013 by williamsjustliving

    I have colleagues who can read a great deal of information and synthesize it quickly. Others can skim and comprehend …
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