New Law School Graduates May Be Particularly Adept at Defeating the Technical Language Trap

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In the current economy, as banks seek to foreclose on deeds of trust, attorneys for banks and borrowers in default will be pouring over deeds to discover – and defeat – defects in the title. Newly-graduated associates fresh from the Bar exam may be particularly helpful when examining unusual deeds with complicated remainder interests or archaic, technical language that every lawyer learns for the bar exam, but that rarely appears in actual practice. Firms that are able to bring on new associates are likely to see a direct benefit to their clients, particularly in title defense and examination work.

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