Top 20 Most Popular Articles of 2014 on LawCrossing

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The 2014 Most Popular Articles on LawCrossing


Take a look at the most popular articles on LawCrossing in 2014:
  1. Thomas Cooley Law School Exposed (and Why Much of the Legal Profession is a Scam)
  1. Matt Murphy, Senior Deputy District Attorney, Orange County, California
  1. Top Law Schools Analyzed and Ranked By America’s Top Legal Recruiter
  1. Seeking a Profession as a Nurse in a Law Firm
  1. Part 2: Erin Brockovich Losing Ed Masry
  1. The Pros and Cons of Practicing as a Real Estate Attorney
  1. The Life and Career of Steve Young: Lawyer and Football Player
  1. Considering a Career as a District Attorney?
  1. The Choices of Practice in Law
  1. Advocacy Jobs: What They Are and How to Get Them
  1. The Virtual Paralegal Allows Paralegals to Work at Home or Offsite
  1. The View from the Hill: Working as a Congressional
  1. Late Bloomers: Going to Law School Later in Life
  1. Creating an Exceptional Paralegal Cover Letter
  1. 2013 LawCrossing Salary Survey of Lawyer Salaries in Best Law Firms
  1. 25 Reasons Most Attorneys Hate the Practice of Law and Go Crazy (and What to Do About it)
  1. The Questions to Expect During a Paralegal Job Interview
  1. As an American Attorney, How Can I Find a Job Overseas?
  1. Pass the Bar in One State, Work in Another.
  1. Guidelines on Reciprocity or "Admission on Motion" among the States as Per American Bar Association






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