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The Federal Circuit is hoping to return to in-person oral arguments this fall. You get to pass one (and only one) sticky note during a Federal Circuit argument. Don't worry about whatever message you might be sending by letting a junior attorney argue a portion of a hearing. And for goodness sake, don't refer to your opponents as "the bad guys."
How I Made Partner: 'Be Inquisitive and Make Yourself Indispensable,' Says Timothy Malone of Pashman Stein Walder Hayden
"Ingrain yourself in a case, understand how an individual piece you may be working on fits into the big picture, be inquisitive and anticipate the next step in the case. Make yourself the associate that the partner needs to turn to for anything in that case, and the one they look to first for future cases."
Law.com Trendspotter: Law Firms Are Looking Harder Than Ever at Replacing Humans With Tech—but Where Is the Line?
The reality of remote work as a staple of the legal industry has spurred firms to take a close look at eliminating administrative staff positions that could theoretically be replicated with technology, but how much is too much when it comes to these types of cuts? We may not know where the line is until it's crossed.