A Young Associate's Story: Navigating the Transition from Law School to Lawyer
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Allan Carlsen is fresh out of law school and just over a year into practice as a patent litigator at an elite boutique law firm. Unlike our typical episodes, the conversation with Allan focuses on how he found his job and decided on his firm, how school and practice differ, and how he navigates new situations. He talks about his experiences with the on-campus interview process, the Loyola Patent Fair, and the important difference between producing the right work product and producing a perfect work product. Allan is a graduate of Temple University Beasley School of Law. This episode is hosted by Katya Valasek. Mentioned in this episode: Access LawHub today! Learn more about Vermont Law Colorado Law Learn more about Colorado Law Learn more about Rutgers Law Learn more about William & Mary Law School Learn more about Rutgers Law
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