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The New Litigators Guide: What I Wish I Had Known

July 17, 2019  |  By:  Erin Murray

Being a new litigator is hard. You have the robes, you give the oath, and the Law Society gives you your golden ticket: a license to practice law. Meanwhile, you’ve never done any of it before.

It’s a tough place to be. Confidence is required, but if it’s your first time doing something, you are going to have a lot of doubt and a lot of questions.

I certainly did. I hope I can help you ease some doubt and answer some questions. The best place to go for advice is always the office of a more senior litigator, but if that’s not in your cards right now, this is a place to start.

Me moments before being called to the bar in June 2013, and my father who looks like he has some doubts.

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About the Author

Erin Murray

A graduate of McMaster University and Queen’s University Faculty of Law, Erin represented insurers for several years after her call to bar in 2013. She joined Oatley Vigmond in May 2017. As an...

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