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  • Betty3
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    Welcome LALawyer. Betty3

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  • Pattymd
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    Welcome, lawyer-to-be.

    If you're looking maybe to concentrate in employment law, you'll learn a lot here. A few of us have been told by attorneys who don't have that concentration that we know more about employment law than they do.

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  • cbg
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    Fair enough - we'll be happy to have your experience anyway!

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  • LALawyer
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    Not my intention to spam

    I'm always weary of putting links into sigs for that reason. I can safely say I do not plan to spam the forum. I, like you, hate that; it ruins the Internet. Oh and just to make it clear, I'm not a lawyer yet, I still have a lot of schooling left -- ha, I still need to take my LSAT.

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  • cbg
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    We're always glad to have California attorneys!

    I do want to make one request though. If your purpose is to share information, we're more than happy to have you. If it is to advertise your website, however, I would respectfully request that you contact the board administrator for the advertising rates.

    A link to the website in the signature is fine. But I don't know you, and we've been bombarded with spam on this site, so I hope you won't be offended. As I said, we're very happy to have experts on CA law aboard!

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  • LALawyer
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    New to the Forum California

    Hey,

    I'm new here and just stopping in to say hello. I look forward to good discussions about law but mainly I'm here to get opinions and answers to my law related questions. I've already noticed some good answers; enough to humble my knowledge anyways.
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