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Author Archives: Eduardo Gonzalez

Have you claimed your AVVO profile?

A few months ago, at the suggestion of a friend, I visited a website called AVVO – pronounced, “ah-vo”. AVVO rates doctors and attorneys on a scale of 1-10. With a professional look and several attorneys appearing to endorse the website through their participation, clients have little choice but to believe AVVO an accurate assessment of an attorney’s skill.

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I hated the bar exam

I hated the bar exam. I really hated it. Although a pacifist in faith, I must confess I had some very bad thoughts for the folks who created the bar exam and those who graded it. The months leading up to it were a miserable existence of studying various subjects, some of which had very little to no impact in my law school life. I still remember looking at my BarBri book and reviewing the subjects with pure terror.

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New Year’s resolution: Learn a new language

I’m trilingual: I speak English, Spanish, and Portuguese. As a Puerto Rican, I grew up speaking Spanish as a child. When I moved to Maryland at the age of 7, I learned English. My knowledge of Portuguese only developed in ...

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