Dinsmore & Shohl LLP issued the following announcement on Aug. 5.
Dinsmore associate Sara Suleiman spoke with U.S. News & World Report about how prospective law students can navigate their educational and career choices.
"Sara Suleiman, an associate with the law firm Dinsmore & Shohl LLP, says prospective law students should understand that the type of law they think they want to practice may not end up being the area of law they elect to enter after law school. 'I went into law school thinking I would become a public interest lawyer and save the world,' she wrote in an email. 'I came out an intellectual property lawyer. The key is to talk to all sorts of lawyers in different practice areas and, where possible, shadow them for a couple of days to get an idea of what their day-to-day looks like. Then, you can make an educated decision.'"
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