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I Do My Own Stunts: Finding the Way as an Attorney

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Length: 156 pages2 hours

Summary

Having practiced law for ten years now, the author of this book believes that it is especially difficult to begin and maintain a successful practice these days. He shares his youth's turmoil and the benefits to him of entering law practice. Being in the profession has furthered his general belief that self-discipline and devotion carry us a long way indeed, and he shares his practical experience using autobiography and case stories. He describes how learning to read critically, joining others for lunch, and bringing out thematic elements have all improved his practice. There is a spiritual component to the legal life, after all - without human stories, the law is empty.

This book is intended to make you laugh and think about becoming and being a lawyer.

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