Life in the Law

Passing the Bar

Passing the Bar: Alcohol and Substance Abuse in Law School

In 2010, The California Bar Journal and the American Bar Association (ABA) published articles listing a study done by the National...
By Stacy James, 1L | October 1, 2015
Negotiations

To Solo...or Not

So, it has come to an end. The three or four years in law school, bar study, the hellish bar exam, and now you’re a lawyer without a job....
By Tom Curl | March 27, 2015
DFP

Diversity Fellowship Program - A Joint Effort of ACC-SD and the SDCBA

Interested in a great opportunity? San Diego County Bar Association & Association of Corporate Counsel – San Diego DIVERSITY...
By Jeremy Evans | January 5, 2015
Philip A. Shapiro

What Has Changed in 25 Years of Practicing Law?

Actually, I have been practicing over 26 years, but, the above title sounded better. I started practicing in 1988, fortunately, I was hired...
By Philip A. Shapiro | January 5, 2015
Attorney, Kristen Roberts, Trestle Law

Life in the Law with Alumna Kristen Roberts

If you came up to me 10 years ago, and asked me what I thought I would be doing with my life, law firm owner and practicing attorney...
By Kristen Roberts | November 10, 2014
Your right to remain silent...

Your Right to Remain Silent Requires More Than Silence

If Police arrest you, you choose to remain silent, and Police do not Mirandize you... can your silence be used against you? Yep, per the...
By Eric Ganci | October 13, 2014
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