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Podcast with Judge Curtis Karnow: What Every Young Lawyer Needs to Know - Young Lawyers News

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Posted on: Apr 13, 2017

Ross Todd of Law.com sat down with Judge Curtis Karnow of the San Francisco Superior Court to discuss Judge Karnow’s newly released book, Litigation in Practice, which provides tips, courtroom strategies, and insights into trying cases from Judge Karnow’s 40-plus years of experience as a trial lawyer and judge.

The podcast, which can be found at this link, is full of helpful tips and insights that are beneficial to young lawyers, such as “always address the Court as ‘your Honor’”, “read the local rules and follow them”, and “keep every question in court to fifteen words or less.”  The podcast is well worth your time and will help you as you continue to build your practice as a young lawyer.

This article was written by Chris Engel, Clark Quinn Moses Scott Grahn LLP. If you would like to write or submit an article for the Young Lawyers Division, please contact Kim Ferguson at kferguson@indybar.org

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