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Personal Injury Law Jobs – Fighting For Ordinary Folks

Personal injury law jobs make for exciting and rewarding law careers for those who like to represent regular people instead of corporations. That’s one of the first things we learn from today’s guest, personal injury attorney Adam Riback of the Levin Riback Law Group...
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Appellate Law: The Law Career For Supreme Court Junkies

Are the justices of the U.S. Supreme Court rock stars to you? If so, then check out this interview with Cindy Tobisman about appellate law. After all, appellate lawyers are the types of lawyers that get to argue in front of the Supreme Court!...
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How To Become A Freelance Lawyer

If law firm life isn’t for you, consider freelancing. In addition to running her own IP practice, our guest Leila Kanini runs a company that places freelance lawyers with firms that need extra help on a project. Many types of lawyers can work on...
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What Is eDiscovery? Alternative Legal Careers in Technology

eDiscovery Careers Chad Schwarz remembers sitting in criminal law about two weeks into law school thinking, “What have I gotten myself into?” Like many, he stuck it out, finishing law school and becoming a lawyer. But he pursued law-related jobs rather than continuing on...
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Business Law Careers: Bankruptcy Lawyers Rescue Corporations

If you love business as much as you love law, you’ll enjoy hearing from today’s guest, Scott Gautier, a corporate bankruptcy lawyer in Los Angeles. Many bankruptcy lawyers focus on individuals who find themselves in financial strains. Corporate bankruptcy is a different game. When...
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Employment Law Careers: Help Companies With Their Workforces

If they were in the same state, Mike Maslanka might face off with another JD Careers Out There guest, Donna Ballman, in employment law cases. Mike represents employers, while Donna represents employees. Contrary to the assumption that employer-side employment lawyers represent the bad guys...
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Build A Career In Construction Law – Find Your Niche

Like in real estate law, a construction law practice focuses on tangible projects. Construction lawyers help homes, roads, office buildings, and special projects get built. For example, construction lawyer Matthew DeVries tells us about working on Music City Center, Nashville’s new $585 million convention...
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Lawyers: Why You Should Consider Public Defender Jobs

Many law students dismiss public defender jobs because of the low pay, long hours and difficult clients. Even if you feel this way, watch our interview with Travis Williams, as you’ll come away inspired. Travis is one of the public defenders featured in the...
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Employment Law Jobs: Defend Employees’ Rights In The Workplace

Employment law jobs come in many shapes and sizes. While our other employment lawyer guest, Mike Maslanka, helps companies manage their workforces, today’s guest Donna Ballman often helps the workers when they feel mismanaged. As an employee-side employment lawyer, Donna says she prefers working...
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