Legally Conservative

More Farewells At Federal Court

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

Many are used to workplaces where people come and go. Law firm environments are especially known for revolving door associates and legal support staff circulating among firms, sometimes for reasons of higher pay or better conditions, sometimes because they got the boot. In my career I was lucky once. I had a legal assistant who was perfect and I had her for seven years until she finally earned her bachelor's degree at night school and moved on to become an elementary school teacher, something she always wanted. After that, I was like Murphy Brown.

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