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  • Law School vs. “the Real World:” What Is Taught in School and What Lawyers Actually Practice
    Law School vs. “the Real World:” What Is Taught in School and What Lawyers Actually Practice

    By: Rachael Bakowicz Law students, myself included, often wonder if what we’re being taught during class translates to how things actually work in the “real world” of practicing law. As a rising 3L ...

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  • Attorneys Really Aren’t So Bad By: Ana Alford
    Attorneys Really Aren’t So Bad By: Ana Alford

    By: Ana Alford I have always heard people don’t like attorneys. With all the jokes, comments and stories it is easy to believe they are terrible! However, that is extremely untrue. Last Thursday all ...

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  • Memphis Divorce Attorney Larry Rice: on Attorney/ Client Priviledge in Tennessee
    Memphis Divorce Attorney Larry Rice: on Attorney/ Client Priviledge in Tennessee

    Memphis Divorce Attorney Larry Rice speaks candidly on the significance of confidentiality agreements between clients and attorneys as well as between the clients and the employees. He also explains ...

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  • LARRY RICE: on Attorney/Client Priviledge
    LARRY RICE: on Attorney/Client Priviledge

    Larry Rice speaks candidly on the significance of confidentiality agreements between clients and attorneys as well as between the clients and the employees. He also explains the exceptions of the ...

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