Nena Lenz

Nena Lenz

Nena Lenz in an Officer at Fredrikson & Byron, where she focuses primarily on government contracts and grants, and also practices in the areas of public-private partnerships, Indian law and political law.

Use Logic to Win Arguments: A Primer for Lawyers

Logic is an important skill for lawyers, both for constructing strong arguments and as the basis of legal thinking.

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Tips for Adjuncts: Balancing Practice and Teaching

Teaching a law school course is a ton of work, but, it is well-worth the investment. It is not easy to maintain your quality of life while balancing practice and teaching, but it is doable.

How to Become an Adjunct Professor of Law

Although tenure-track law professorships are scarce and fiercely competitive, it is comparatively easy to become an adjunct professor of law.

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Teaching Makes You a Better Lawyer

A good lawyer is a good teacher. If you enjoy the teaching part of practice, pursue teaching opportunities, whether as an adjunct professor of law or a regular on the CLE circuit, and you will become a better lawyer.

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How to Channel Your Professor

Increase your chances of success on law school exams by learning to "channel your professor." At the most basic level, this simply means that you should write for your audience, i.e., your professor.

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Mentor and Be Mentored

Mentors can be a very important part of your network and are terrific resources for connections, references, and introductions.

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Internal Marketing Strategy for BigLaw Associates

Big firm associates need to take a cue from the solo-practitioner playbook and learn to hustle. We cannot sit in our offices and wait for the work to come to us. We need to become well-known and well-regarded within our firms to stay busy and stay on partner track. I implemented fhe following internal-marketing strategy […]

Prepare for law school success during your pre-1L summer

Waiting for law school to start this fall and wondering what you should be doing to prepare? Here are my top 7 tips for using your pre-1L summer to prepare for law school success.