Blog Posts in November, 2011

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  • Clerking at Rice Law, by Jessica Farmer
    Clerking at Rice Law, by Jessica Farmer

    One of the best things about working as a law clerk is participating in case strategy meetings with attorneys. In the beginning, you feel a little out of place because you do not have much to add to ...

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  • Clerking at Rice Law: by Chelsea Conn
    Clerking at Rice Law: by Chelsea Conn

    As finals draw near, we clerks will be taking a leave of absence in order to do our very best on our exams. We will be dedicating days to studying everything from taxes to the Constitution. Next week ...

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  • Clerking at Rice Law: by Blair Beaty
    Clerking at Rice Law: by Blair Beaty

    As it turns out, I have more in common with both my bosses than just our devastating good looks and unmistakable charm (just kidding, folks)- We have all grown up around the law. Mr. George Lawrence ...

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  • When Times Are Tough, Rice Law Saves the Day
    When Times Are Tough, Rice Law Saves the Day

    One of the most rewarding parts of being an attorney is helping people when it seems that all hope is gone. Recently, our firm took on a pro bono case for an individual when their case seemed to be ...

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  • Associate Special by Jan Lentz: Larry Rice CLE on Law Practice Management
    Associate Special by Jan Lentz: Larry Rice CLE on Law Practice Management

    Versatility. It’s one of the more useful traits to have when you’re trying to successfully manage a law practice. Larry Rice effectively demonstrated this trait yesterday when the speaker for our ...

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  • Clerking at Rice Law: Jessica Farmer
    Clerking at Rice Law: Jessica Farmer

    As a law student, I can say with a great degree of certainty that students hate it when a professor answers that one all-important question of “What should we expect for the exam?” with “Just be ...

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