Category Archives: Issues in legal practice

  1. From Insult to Experience

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    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

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    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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