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What Law School Doesn’t Teach You Part Three

What Law School Doesn’t Teach You Part Three

Graduating from law school and passing the bar exam in the state(s) wherein you plan on practicing is a tremendous feeling. You have spent countless hours studying, reading cases, preparing for mock arguments, enduring final exams, and then prepared for the bar exam and now you have passed and are ready to commence the actual practice of law.

TED Talks Every Legal Professional Should Listen to

TED Talks Every Legal Professional Should Listen to

The grind of practicing law can easily make any good lawyer forget why they joined the industry in the first place. It is important to take time each week to get inspired by the law and by their fellow colleagues. The following TED Talks address the complexities of the legal system, the ethics that shape the law, and how legal professionals can help enforce justice. Whether you are a prosecutor or a law student, these TED Talks will inspire you in your career.

What Law School Doesn’t Teach You Part Two

What Law School Doesn’t Teach You Part Two

Graduating from law school and passing the bar exam in the state(s) wherein you plan on practicing is a tremendous feeling. You have spent countless hours studying, reading cases, preparing for mock arguments, enduring final exams, and then prepared for the bar exam and now you have passed and are ready to commence the actual practice of law.

Tips to Prepare for the LSAT

Tips to Prepare for the LSAT

The Law School Admission Test is viewed as one of the most important parts of getting into the best law schools in the country. The LSAT is designed to measure and project your ability to excel in law school through an exam that is more narrowly focused than other standardized tests. The LSAT is broken up into five sections: analytical reasoning, two logical reasoning sections, reading comprehension, and a writing section which is unscored and provided to any law school you are applying to. 

What Law School Doesn’t Teach You Part One

What Law School Doesn’t Teach You Part One

Graduating from law school and passing the bar exam in the state(s) wherein you plan on practicing is a tremendous feeling. You have spent countless hours studying, reading cases, preparing for mock arguments, enduring final exams, and then prepared for the bar exam and now you have passed and are ready to commence the actual practice of law.

Should Your Business Hire A Lawyer?

Should Your Business Hire A Lawyer?

Owners of both small businesses and large companies should hire a lawyer (and would be better served to have an attorney on retainer at all times). Businesses (both small and large) can become involved in a variety of legal circumstances as well as requiring guidance from their general counsel for in house legal issues. Matters to something as simple as reviewing contracts, purchasing a property (both real property and equipment), drafting contracts (operating agreements) for the managing members of a business to complex litigation over a dispute within the members of the business or with other businesses.

When Real Estate Deals go to Court

When Real Estate Deals go to Court

Anyone that has been actively involved in the real estate market has likely encountered a probate sale at some point. Properties sold in probate court can be a fantastic deal because they are often priced much lower than other homes and are priced to sell. Purchasing a probate property can be risky as the sales often take longer than traditional real estate transactions because of disputes between the surviving family members and the Court system.