Finding a solid lawyer who can help you review your employment issues isn’t always easy. Don’t expect to find a good lawyer by just doing a Google search or reading an advertisement. There’s simply not enough information in those outlets to help you make an valid judgement.
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But that’s just one avenue for finding the right employment lawyer.
You can also look to personal referrals by speaking to people in your community who has experienced the same legal issue and asking them which lawyer they used. But honestly speaking, input from family and friends are great but sometimes can be unreliable. Hiring a friends uncle who practices entertainment law to review your employment contract may not be the smartest move. By the same token, while expertise and years of experience are important, if you don’t feel comfortable with the person, or can’t envision yourself having confidential conversations with him/her, then you should probably pass on that too.
Some other sources out there include:
- Your local chamber of commerce
- State bar association
- Lawyer directory websites
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