What They Don't Teach You in Law School

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F.B. Rothman, 2001 - Law - 38 pages
While law school may teach a student to learn the many rulesof being a lawyer, it often fails to answer some of the more"practical" questions about being a good lawyer, such as"How do I measure success?", "What do my clients want fromme?", and "How far should I go in pursuing the causes of myclients?". This book aims to answer these and many otherquestions left unanswered during law school.

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Schuyler M. Moore was named one of the top 100 lawyers in California, has authored several legal texts, and held positions as head of the Entertainment Department at a large law firm. Moore is also an adjunct professor at the UCLA School of Law and the Anderson Business School.

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