Support PDF,DOC,DOCX,TXT,XLS,WPD,HTM,HTML fils up to 5MB
Many experts have said that lawyers and those who work in the rigorous world of law tend to have, well...pretty crumby love lives. Based on the hours and the high level of stress that comes with that profession, many lawyers become over-worked, over-occupied with work issues, and more importantly, less attentive to their own personal and emotional well-being. It also does not help that 50 percent of all marriages end in divorce. Do the hellish hours and strenuous work pressures of law really pose a detriment to lawyers' love lives and relationships? Or is it an overgrown stereotype?
Meredith Sherman didn't plan on a law career that focused on so-called ''green building.'' But she had an environmental certification from her law school days at Tulane, and she seemed like the likely candidate to lead Fowler White Boggs Banker's ''Green Team'' — a group of attorneys practicing within the firm's environmental and land use practice group.
Check your common-sense reactions to the law and law school at the door. This will lower your levels of frustration. Law school is sometimes counterintuitive. In other words, there often seems to be no logic to it all. The Rule? Don't expect everything to make sense. Sometimes nothing will. Let go of your "logical way of thinking." Stop thinking like a layperson. You are no longer a layperson. You're a lawyer-to- be. Think like a lawyer.