In the human race, people differ in various things as they are brought up in different regions and with different people. For those individuals who have an interest in law, not all of them are interested in becoming a litigator. Litigation involves a process where defendants or plaintiffs are represented in court trails, or other procedures undertake before the tribunal trials. These procedures include pleadings, investigations, trials, pre-trials and discovery. During these proceedings, a litigator must be present to oversee how everything is being conducted. For those individuals who are not aware that litigators do exist, they confuse them with trail lawyers due to the fact that the two can exchange roles in some cases.
A trial lawyer can oversee a litigation process while a litigation lawyer can still become a trial lawyer. Regardless of this, it’s hard to become both a trial lawyer and litigation lawyer as one needs to specify in one specialty. What makes the litigation process accessible is the fact that litigators are well paid which happens after the litigator has been able to build a name his/herself. Through gaining the right amount of experience, one becomes better and can begin building his/her clientele base.
One litigator who has been able to establish and enjoy his career is Karl Heideck who is based in Philadelphia. Through gaining the right amount of education and experience, Karl Heideck has become successful and build a solid reputation in the litigation career. Before he had the opportunity of becoming successful, Karl had to gain theoretical knowledge in various institutions. He was a student at Swarthmore College where he majored in English and Literature before heading to Temple University to attain his JD in law. After graduation, Heideck began his career journey at Conrad O’Brien law firm as an associate before he decided to join Pepper Hamilton. After working at Pepper Hamilton for a while, Karl joined Grant & Eisenhofer where he currently works. He believes through this; he gets a chance of practicing law and serving justice.
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