As a new attorney, you may receive assignments from your supervising attorney like:
• find a case that stands for this legal argument,
• draft the section of the brief arguing that the court has no jurisdiction, or
• write a client memo explaining why this asset purchase is a good idea.
Sometimes you will discover that the initial assignment isn’t necessarily the best approach. This paper discusses how to engage your supervising attorney in a such situations.
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Richard Heppner, How to Raise Disagreements with Senior Attorneys, 26 TYL 7 (2022)