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By the time that they graduate law school and pass the bar, young attorneys have just closed out two long decades of schooling. The shift from studying law to actually practicing law can seem a bit intimidating and leaves a lot of new attorneys wondering if they are doing anything right.
Hey, have you heard the one about the injured Georgia man who rented a malfunctioning Bird e-scooter that flung him into an Atlanta street, but whose case was tossed out of court because of the fine print in his rental contract? Yep, that just happened.