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Welcome to the Martindale-Hubbell Career Center. Our goal is to help attorneys, paralegals, law school students and legal professionals develop their careers and find legal jobs in law firms, corporations and other employers of legal talent.
If you are an employer, posting your job opening on martindale.com guarantees unparalleled visibility to attorneys, paralegals and other active and passive legal job seekers. In addition, our resume database allows access to unique resumes of lawyers, paralegals, law school students and other legal professionals.

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Tom Gorman
It was Tom Gorman's natural curiosity that nudged him towards law school and to a legal career: which he has always found to be fun and interesting and that has run the socio-economic gamut-from his early days with the P.D.'s office, conducting intake interviews in the Cleveland City Jail holding cell to his work today for Porter Wright, dealing with crime. Through it all, Mr. Gorman holds firm with the belief that "it doesn't take much to make a difference."
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Do not wear headphones in your office.  Ever.  Period.  Let me explain.  

I. The Generational Gap

In every legal practice, there is a distinct age and generational gap between the oldest and youngest attorneys in the office.  As a rule, it is the responsibility of the new lawyers to impress the more senior attorneys.  This is how we move forward, this is how we build relationships, and this is how we learn and perfect our craft.  

II. The Message Headphones Send To Your Colleagues

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