In his latest article for The Legal Intelligencer, Pond Lehocky Associate Raphael Castro gives advice to young lawyers who are just getting started in the legal field. His article, “Four Things They Don’t Teach You in Law School,” describes what new lawyers should know once they pass the Philadelphia bar examination.
“You passed the bar, and now you’re ready to be a lawyer … right? not exactly,” says Raphael in his latest article for the TLI.
The four mains ideas that Raphael describes in his article are to always be prepared, be professional regardless of how others behave, practice your public speaking, and treat your legal team with respect.
“Hearing about how something is done, and then actually seeing how something is done are often two very different experiences. Learning in law school and actually doing legal work is no exception,” says Raphael. “The fascinating journey of law is just beginning outside of the classroom.”
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