5 Things They Don’t Teach You in Law School

Law school is only the start. By now you could be anywhere between your first job as a paralegal or already have made Partner, and what you know by now is that law school didn’t prepare you for everything. Below Lawyer Monthly benefits from expert insight from Susanne Shah, Director of Divorce and Family Law at Vardags, and Head of their Newcastle office. Law school was an enriching, exciting and academically rigorous experience for me. I learned the underpinnings of modern legal thought, tore my way through thousands of pages of case law and cemented my conviction that I had found my craft. The one thing it didn’t teach me, unfortunately, is how to be an actual lawyer. After 14 years of...

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