I am currently an attorney in the San Francisco Bay Area, where my practice is focused on criminal defense.
One of my favorite parts about being a lawyer is that I am constantly learning new skills and growing.
I started with criminal law as a freshman in high school, but have since graduated from a number of colleges and the law school I graduated from, which is the same one I studied at as an undergrad.
In my spare time, I enjoy the outdoors, fishing, hiking, and biking.
I have been married and have three young children, and I am proud to be able to spend time with them.
While I am always looking for new challenges, I am particularly excited about working with law students.
As a law student, I was lucky to have the opportunity to work with a lot of great people, who are the most dedicated and talented lawyers I know.
There is always room for improvement.
It is important to keep in mind that a law school degree is not just about getting a job and earning a living.
I believe law school provides students with an invaluable skill set that they will carry into the workforce and beyond.
I will tell you that I believe the best way to build an outstanding career is to work hard and consistently.
But, if you are looking for a challenge or you are simply looking for something to do in the Bay Area to keep you busy, I hope you’ll consider joining the Bay Areas legal community.
How do I get started?
I will be covering the basics of law school with the goal of making you a better attorney in less than three years.
We are looking to expand our focus beyond just law school in the fall of 2019, but first, I want to make sure that you have all of the information you need to understand how this all works and what you can expect as a law grad.
To do this, I will be sharing the most important topics in this area in our Law School Preview Series.
What will law school be like?
We have been looking at the best practices in legal education in our online class and have narrowed down the focus to what we believe are the top 10 ways to succeed as a lawyer.
While there is a wide variety of things that you need in your life to become a successful lawyer, there are three main things that law schools are looking at when choosing the best attorneys: 1.
Attitude and attitude is everything.
We need a law firm that values the people who are on the case, the work that is done, and the relationships they have built over the years.
You need to be prepared to work as a team, as a person, and in all of those different areas, as an attorney.
Mentoring is important.
We all want to be as close to the people we are representing as possible.
The best attorneys we work with are the ones who have been in law school.
They have already built a reputation and are well versed in their area of expertise.
The last thing you want is a lawyer who doesn’t value their own experience and knowledge.
Being able to work on cases and make sure the work is done correctly.
It’s important to have an excellent communication and rapport with your client, even if they don’t know you.
There are a few key points that lawyers are looking out for when making a decision about whether or not they want to work in the legal field: 1.)
Will the person be good at their job?
Will they be a good partner for me?
Will it be a great fit for me to spend my life at law firm?
Will I be able keep up with the changing legal landscape and be able learn from the best?
You’ll find these three things in the following three areas in the Law School Prep Series: 1) Attitude is everything: You will be given a realistic picture of how a lawyer will handle your case, what you will need to do, and what the impact will be. 2) Mentoring: You and your partner will have a great opportunity to interact with other lawyers in the same field who have different backgrounds, experience, and opinions.
This will give you an opportunity to see how a person can be effective in any of the areas you work in. 3) Working together: Your relationship will be an important part of your job, and it will give your partner an opportunity for you to learn and develop as a professional.
We’ll share how to plan your practice, how to work together on the law firm, and how to prepare for a trial or a trial by jury.
I want you to take some time to check out these and other posts in the upcoming series to get a feel for what it’s like to work at a law office.
If you are interested in joining the Law Practice Preview Series, please click here.
Do you have any questions about law school?
Please leave them in the comments section below.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Bay