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By ROBERT SANDOW ESQ – I have a one-man family law practice in Live Oak, about an hour northwest of Gainesville. I opened my own office in 1988. Every lawyer working for someone else eventually gets the itch to be a partner or open his own firm and I was no exception. I would have made the move sooner but I was plagued by a lack of money and confidence. In 1988, my last year as an associate, I made $55,000. In 1989, the first full year on my own, I made three times that amount, and never looked back
By PHILIP GUZMAN, ESQ – Try as I might to have what passes as a “normal” and “regulated” day, it simply rarely happens. No two days are the same and that is exactly what I like about the job. The central most important thing that we do in our Career Services Office is to meet directly with our students and map out career strategies and goals, both short and long term. Short term goals start with asking the most basic question of the student — “Why law school?”