Top 5 Reasons Why Attorneys Become Litigators

Gregory D. Luce Columns, law school, Lawyer 11 Comments

Litigation is the common path for most young attorneys. In law school, the vast majority of subjects are taught through case law, i.e., litigation. In fact, most transactional courses are presented through the litigation lens: contracts, debtor/creditor, real estate transactions, etc. So it’s no surprise that most law school grads head straight to the litigation department. A year or two …

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