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Inside the Mind of a Trial Lawyer: a Special Interview with Larry and Nick Rice  of the Rice Divorce Team
Inside the Mind of a Trial Lawyer: a Special Interview with Larry and Nick Rice of the Rice Divorce Team

As part of a special edition of the Rice Divorce Clerk blog, I sat down to interview Larry and Nick to see what goes through the minds of successful trial lawyers. Becoming a Trial Lawyer What is the most important aspect of being a trial lawyer? Larry : Nothing absorbs me ...

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