Being a Michigan lawyer can be an incredibly lucrative occupation. Michigan, after all, is one of the most litigious states in the country. It seems as if every physician, property owner, business owner, oh heck everyone has to occasionally obtain the services of a Michigan lawyer.
And this is of course a wonderful nose for those of us who are attorneys. You see, at a time when, because of the large number of new law school grads, lawyers across the country are finding themselves out of work, a Michigan lawyer like myself finds a higher level of job security. I am happy to report that I’m making a very substantial living practicing law at this time and there are no signs of it abating anytime soon.
Of course, this isn’t just a matter of being in the right place at the right time. Of course being a Michigan lawyer is a case of being in the right place at the right time, but really in this business, but the truth is you have to be confident and well-known before you can take advantage of it. I have been involved in a wide range of legal fields, and have met great success in all of them. I have served as a clerk for several judges, and I have also had a hand and offering some of the most well-known decisions handed down. I have been involved, as an attorney, in divorce law, inheritance, personal injury, malpractice, and real estate. I also served as a prosecutor when I graduated from law school. I’m not the only Michigan lawyer, and it is only because of my hard work that I am one of the most successful of them.
It helps a great deal to work for a reputable law firm as far as exposure is concerned. I work at one of the most respected law firms in the state, and have for ten years. I always had the fortune of having a good reputation, but I had to begin somewhere just like you White House so my start came when I began to work at Levin and Schlitz. Inexperienced, at least, in comparison to my current level of success. Because of my background, and having the requisite skills and knowledge, engendered trust with my partners enough so that I was able to represent their firm and that has earned me quite a bit of respect in the legal community. To make it as a Michigan lawyer is something many can do, but to obtain true respect amongst your peers demands both talent and the right connections.