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Omg! When Are Leather Pants Appropriate For A Law Office?
I Thought The 80'S Claimed Leather Pants!!!
My goodness. There are a lot of very authoritative negative answers and I'll be not one of these people actually works in a law office. In fact, I'll bet most of these *experts* are still in high school. You must have seen that episode of Friends.
Why is it then that a senior partner [I'll repeat it - senior partner] at my law firm wears leather pants to work and it's considered OK? In fact, more than OK. And no, I'm not kidding. It's not like people say she looks great to her face and then laugh at her when she's gone. Quite the opposite in fact: I've *never* heard a bad word or wise comment by anyone. Why? Because she looks good [I'll repeat it - looks good] and is careful about how she accessorizes the pants. And no, we're not in Europe. And yes, people do comment on anything and everything that is a fashion crime [i.e. 80's hair, cheap suits, you name it...]. And yes, we're one of the oldest and most respected firms in the city.
Moreover, isnt' it funny that wI'm talking about lawyers, clerks and assistants - more than 100 in fact - who *actually work* in a law firm? In other words, people who might have a vestige of a clue what their working context is? Why people who don't know what they're talking about think that they have "great advice" to share is beyond me...
When Is Nashville Star's Melissa Lawson's Cd Due To Release?
Melissa Lawson probably hasn't even recorded more than two or three songs for it yet. I mean, the recording process takes quite a while in order to get everything perfect. For all we know, it could take as little as six months for the album to be released or even as long as one year or more.
In other words, there's really no way to tell when Melissa Lawson's CD will be released until the release date is actually announced.
Can Any Type Of Lawyer Work At Any Law Firm?
I'M Torn In Between Law N Psychology. But If I Were To Study Law I Would Want To Be A Corporate Lawyer And I Wanted To Know Could They Work At Any Kind Of Law Firm If Hired
If you want to study law, might I suggest you find a local attorney in your area practicing corporate law to have a chat with and discuss the nature of the job and what you would be doing. I always find that people have a misconception of what "corporate law" is or what "corporate" attorneys do.
I know two corporate attorneys and they both have heavy business and economics backgrounds. They both work in international firms and focus on mergers/acquisitions. Corporate law is very business oriented and highly specialized. You have to be good with zoning laws, tax laws, accounting, bankruptcy...Based on your love of psychology, I am not sure this is the "corporate" you were meaning. Of course, I could be wrong. It just seems like drastic ends of the spectrum.
I know, typically, people mistake an attorney that is "in-house" counsel as a corporate attorney and this is not true. Just because you work as an attorney for a specific company doesn't necessarily mean that you are a "corporate" attorney. You may work for a company like Wal-Mart and draft contracts all day. Just because you work for a corporation doesn't necessarily mean you are a "corporate" attorney.
Again, our firm deals with "in-house" counsel for large companies. Often, they are a "jack-of-all-trades" and handle the company's various legal issues. When they are in an area out of their expertise or comfort zone, they will contract other firms to do that specialty work. I am not sure if this is the type of law you are really referring to. If this is the case, yes. You could work at any law firm because you have a broad area of practice.
If you are referring to the real area of "corporate" law, the answer is maybe. You would have to work for a firm that specializes in corporate law or that has a position open for a specialist who takes that firm's corporate cases. Not all firms have a need for a corporate law attorney.
Hope that helps.
Speeding Ticket, Do I Need A Lawyer???
I Just Got A Traffic Ticket In Charleston, Sc For Going 112 In A 60. The Cop Wrote It A Reckless And Fined Me $440 (Too Dam Much) And Its A 6 Point Violation. I Have 10 Points Against Me Now. Would Hiring A Lawyer Be Able To Help Me Keep My License And Drop The Violation To A Lesser Charge?
Going 52 mph over the speed limit is a Class A Misdemeanor in IL. I don't know about SC, but probably so. In fact, the Reckless Driving alone (a separate charge from the speeding in IL) is also a Class A Misdemeanor. A Class A Misdemeanor here is just 1 step below a felony, and carries with it the possibility of 364 days in the county jail. According to the 6th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (and adopted by most State constitutions), you have a right to a lawyer anytime there is the possibility of jail. If you cannot afford one, one will be appointed for you by the court.
These are pretty serious charges. A lawyer may be necessary if the prosecutor is pressing something more than a fine and points. If that's all you're looking at, I would take the offer and run. Sure your license will probably be suspended (or revoked), but that's a small price to pay compared to the possibility of jail time and a misdemeanor conviction on your record.
I doubt that hiring a lawyer will get a better deal for you. I would face the music and take your punishment. And by the way, $440 is a really, really good deal. I wouldn't offer less than $1,200 here in IL.
Check out your rights to an attorney in SC before making any decision. You may want to exercise that right.
What Law Is Emancipation Under.?
Is It Family Law Or Juvenile Law.?
It's a big world, different places would categorize it differently, if in fact they deal with the matter at all.
Is Anyone A Lawyer With Navy Experience???
He Has Adhd And Was Told To Hide That When Entering The Navy. He Had Gotten Involved With The Wrong People And They Are Accusing Him Of Sexual Assault When They Are Lying Thru Their Teeth About Him, He Is A Really Good Kid And Did Not Do What They Said, The Girls Both Had Cheated On Their Husbands In This Situation....He Was Recently Convicted To 3 Yrs In Brig, We Are Currently Waiting On Clemency And Appeal...We Also Lost Both Parents Within 2 Weeks, Right Before The One Girl Came Out With Her Story...He Is An Honest Kid, And Was Railroded With My Parents And This All At Once, And Is Very Nieve Which Is Most The Reason Why This Has Happened.....Please Help Us Get Justice To This Important Matter, And Get My Brother Back, Cause I Swear He Doesnt Not Deserve This...There Is So Much More To This, Anything I Missed Pls Let Me Know....
First off whomever told your brother to hide his adhd (if this was a recruiter, can be charged with fraudulent enlistment and is JUST AS GUILTY as your brother for said fraudulent enlistment. You need to have several things done first he has a JAG lawyer assigned, request that he has a full medical work up including psychological screening. You also need to retain a civilian lawyer with military experience. You also need evidence, sworn statements about character, and medical records. If your brother was ADHD without EVER HAVING BEEN PUT ON MEDICATION then it should have not been an issue, though it sounds that this is not the case. Having been on medication requires a waiver, or they will not take him. They typically do not take kids that have been on Ritalin or other adhd medications because of concerns with performance and behavior when not taking the medication.
It is a safety issue for your brother and the people he works with.
You are involved in a deep mess. Tread these waters very carefully and work on the fraudulent enlistment. Also if these two young ladies are military they can be charged in accordance with the UCMJ with adultery (double edged sword as so can your brother...)