5 Tips To Succeed As An Employment Litigator

By Aaron Vehling (March 3, 2016, 1:41 PM EST) -- Labor and employment litigators often face charged subject matter, like racial and gender bias and sexual harassment, that can be tricky to tackle in the courtroom, and lawyers in the field should also be aware its quirks when charting a career path. 

Here, attorneys share the secrets to being a successful employment litigator, from diving deep into case preparation to taking the necessary time outside the office.

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