The Official Guide to Legal Specialties: An Insider's Guide to Every Major Practice Area

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Harcourt Legal & Professional Publications, 2000 - Law - 475 pages
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With this product, you'll get an inside look at what it's like to practice law in 30 major specialty areas, including appellate practice, entertainment, immigration, international, tax, and telecommunications. This book gives you the insights and expertise of top practitioners-the issues they tackle every day, the people and clients they work with, what they find rewarding about their work, and what classes or work experience you need to follow in their footsteps. Over 120 government, public interest, corporate, and private attorneys are featured.

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Abrams graduated from the University of Illinois College of Law in 1985. She worked as an insurance defense attorney at a large law firm in Chicago before joining Chicago-Kent College of law where she was the Assistant Dean and Director of Career Services. Currently, she works as a consultant, providing career planning advice to law students and career transition advice to lawyers. In addition, she develops and teaches courses in career development, leadership, and adult learning strategies for the Masters in Training and Development Program at Roosevelt University in Chicago.

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