Time to Hit the Books: How to Prepare for a Technical Case

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As a young lawyer who is unfamiliar with construction law, you may find yourself representing a civil engineer in a case involving faulty construction on a bridge. You are sure to encounter complex, technical questions in this case, such as whether the standard of care was met in providing a seismic analysis for the widening of a bridge. How will you prepare yourself for this challenge?

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