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Stuck On A Project? How Lawyers Can Get Work Questions Answered

Work Questions

Even after three years of law school, you’re not going to know everything about being a lawyer or applying laws to cases. Cindy Tobisman talks about what you can do when you have work questions that aren’t easily answered. She also shares a great resource for litigators looking for answers to questions on an area of law or procedure. Check it out:

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Civil Appellate Lawyer Cindy TobismanCivil Appellate Lawyer Cindy Tobisman
Title: Partner, Greines, Martin, Stein & Richland
City: Los Angeles, CA
Law School: Berkeley Law in Berkeley, CA
College: University of California at Berkeley in Berkeley, CA
Previous Careers: Before connecting with her calling of appellate law, Cindy did business litigation and affordable housing real estate transactions.

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