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Backpack to Briefcase Training Series & the New Attorney Conference

Bridging the gap between law school and law practice, the Backpack to Briefcase training series teaches graduating law students and new attorneys skills to succeed in the daily legal, managerial, and administrative tasks expected of them in the early years of practice. By covering the nuts and bolts of being a good supporting attorney and walking through practical skills and tips for every-day tasks, this training series aims to make the daily tasks of junior attorneys clearer and to supplement the knowledge you gained in law school to reduce the stress of learning how to be an attorney.

The New Attorney Conference, held in Fall 2015 in Houston, Palo Alto, San Francisco, and Washington D.C. consists of three courses: (1) The Junior Litigation Associate; (2) Case Management 101; and (3) eDiscovery 101.  For more details, including dates and locations, click on the titles below.

Backpack to Briefcase: The Junior Litigation Associate Register
Backpack to Briefcase: Case Management 101
Backpack to Briefcase: eDiscovery 101
Backpack to Briefcase: – The Junior Attorney at Trial
Backpack to Briefcase: The Junior Transactional Associate

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Backpack to Briefcase Training Series & the New Attorney Conference
New Attorney Basics: The Junior Litigation Associate
Case Management 101
Backpack to Briefase: The Junior Transactional Associate
Electronic Discovery
The Junior Litigator at Trial
 
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