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  • Expectations v. COVID-19 Reality
    Expectations v. COVID-19 Reality

    During my time in law school, one thing that has consistently been reiterated to me is the importance of adherence to the high standards to which lawyers hold themselves. Nowhere else is this more ...

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  • Call Me “Mythbuster”
    Call Me “Mythbuster”

    Ask yourself honestly, what do you think about attorneys? Are your views based on your own personal experience with an attorney, or have general rumors influenced your own opinions about attorneys? ...

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  • I Came, I Saw, I Clerked
    I Came, I Saw, I Clerked

    One night around mid-January 2019, I was sitting in my living room enjoying some television after a long day of classes and studying, when I received a call. Normally, I let late night phone calls go ...

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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 ...

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  • Learning How to Win
    Learning How to Win

    Attorneys have a reputation for doing anything to win a case. In some situations, that determination is a good thing. In others, it can seem like attorneys only care about the tally in the win column, ...

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  • Learning through Preparation
    Learning through Preparation

    Since my first year as a law student, I have wanted to find a work environment that values collaborative effort, preparedness, and learning opportunities. With the Rice Divorce Team, I have found just ...

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