Hello, How does one account for the bubbles in a glass of beer or champagne?
asked Jun 19 '12 at 20:52
I'm a candidate attorney and I work only in the commercial sphere. With the hours that you put in working in the business sector you would never have time to appear in court and do the research necessary to be a criminal lawyer. Not if you ever want to sleep or eat. I have friends who do criminal work and its pretty much a 24 hour a day job. You never know when a client will call you from a cell. My advice is yo pick one to specialise in. You would be doing your clients a disservice by trying to do both - you could never fully act in the best interests of your client. Criminal work is also a lot more demanding than commercial because you don't work normal business hours. aqui
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