It's difficult for new lawyers to transition into legal practice, but appellate practice is especially tough. This sometimes deters firms from investing the time and resources necessary to train new appellate attorneys, particularly when they are between law school and future clerkships. But, M.C. Sungaila, head of the appellate practice group at Buchalter, has developed a pilot fellowship program that seeks to address these issues. M.C. joins Todd Smith and Jody Sanders in this week's episode to talk about how her fellowship program helps develop new attorneys for a future in appellate law. M.C. also provides her insights as a Chambers-ranked California appellate attorney about California's appellate system and how it contrasts with other states.
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