The difference between studying law and law in practice can be quite a contrast. Especially with what is taught in lectures in comparison to some of the real-life cases we deal with on a day to day basis.

There can be a steep learning curve for students who enter practice. It is also quite challenging to identify the practice area that is suitable for each person.

Lucia joined Norling Law as a Law Clerk over summer and in this video we discuss what it is like to enter practice and what it is like to Clerk at Norling Law.

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