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New attorneys can often be easily intimidated. Here are some tips on how young attorneys can effectively deal with bullying from opposing counsel.
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Experienced attorneys frequently resort to intimidation when dealing with a young attorney. If you are a young attorney, have faith in your case---and don't let opposing counsel dictate their view of the case and your client.
Young attorneys need to carefully consider the source and content of advice when making a critical decision.
There is more than one way to achieve client goals---attorneys need to trust their gut when making decisions.
Have the guts to admit you don't know the answer. Nothing says "confidence" more than that.
A response to Carolyn Elefant's blog post bemoaning the tech inabilities of some young lawyers.
Coaching mock trial can help a newer attorney master the rules of evidence and achieve comfort in a courtroom. What's not to love?
Traveling with colleagues means you're always on. Are there ways to avoid a faux pas?