10 Things I Learned About Practicing Law From Playing Football


When you were growing up, did you play a sport, play an instrument or sing, or act in your school plays? If so, I bet you learned several things about discipline, commitment and practice that have helped you practicing law. I know I did.

On my birthday last week, a friend from high school posted this photo from the local newspaper from way back when. It made me think what I learned from playing football. Here are two important points:

1. When this photo was taken I actually played tailback not quarterback.

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