Beyond the Billboards: Personal Injury Law, Defensor de Justicia
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Anderson Franco is a personal injury lawyer for his monolingual Spanish-speaking community, helping them understand their rights when they get hurt and how to access the legal system, even if they're undocumented. He highlights how you can connect your personal mission and values, whatever they may be, to legal practice. Anderson chose personal injury to make his mark, but demonstrates that motivation isn't enough. You still need to be a good lawyer, build trust with clients and your lawyer network, run your practice profitably, and constantly learn. Anderson is a 2013 graduate of the University of California Berkeley School of Law. This episode is hosted by Katya Valasek. Mentioned in this episode: Learn more about Blueprint Learn more about Vermont Law Albany Law Learn more about Baylor Law Access LawHub today! Learn more about Seton Hall
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