ChamferedWobble69 karma2015-07-10 20:51:19 UTC
Am I the only one that this Rachel doesn't call?
What did I do to offend her?
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ChamferedWobble5 karma2022-01-10 00:00:28 UTC
I’ve phv’d into a lot of different courts, and don’t think I ever saw a requirement for a JD. They generally want a certificate of good standing from the top state court where you’re admitted, a record of every court you’re admitted in, a record of any previous phv admissions in that court, and a confirmation that you haven’t been reprimanded (or an explanation for any). Also a fee of course. And you’ll need local counsel.
ChamferedWobble3 karma2022-01-09 23:51:38 UTC
Depends a lot on your practice area and what clients you want to work with. For some practice areas, you’re only going to get the interesting cases at a big firms. You’re also likely to stand out more and feel more integrated in smaller practice groups and/or offices in big firms.
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