Lawyer and Immigrants editorial review

This published book is all about an immigration lawyer NYC. The book was titled as: Lawyers and Immigrants, 1870-1940: A Cultural History

THE EDITORIAL REVIEWSEWS

Product Description
Louis Anthes converses the story of the European immigrants with the relationship they have to New York’s legal profession among Reconstruction and the Great Depression.
By using pronounced written materials, privately maintained documents, as well as archival sources, Louis scrutinizes how immigrants – largely from southern and eastern Europe – going by Ellis Island, utilized the law after deteriorating some personal injuries at home and at work, and contemplated at city law schools.
They improvised their very own legal definitions based on their everyday life by entrusting on themselves, neighbours, families, and insular lawyers.
At the same time until now, the immigrant lawyers nyc are more entrenched in assiduously annotated immigrants’ legal strategies as incoherent with their profession’s highest duties, and also that they stimulated a lot of reforms to retain their authority over the practice of law.

About the Author
Louis Anthes was educated in public and private Catholic schools in the American Middle West and was graduated, twice, from the University of Chicago, and later, twice, from New York University and acquired with a Ph.D. in United States history and a J.D. from the School of Law. His first published book, “Immigrants & Lawyers-. He has published on a lot of different and several subject matters and topics that are related to United States legal history. At present, he is a sovereign scholar residing in Europe and the United States.

Product Details
Library Binding is 318 pages
Publisher is LFB Scholarly Publishing (September 2003)
Language is available in English
ISBN-10: 1593320108
ISBN-13: 978-1593320102
Product Dimensions is 8.6 x 5.7 x 1 inches
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The Functional Lawyer Resume

Today’s lawyer resumes generally fall into one of two broad categories: the chronological resume and the functional resume. The chronological lawyer resume lists all your experience from the most to the least recent in reverse chronological order. The functional lawyer resume, on the other hand, focuses on your skills and experience, rather than on your chronological work history.

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JANE B. DOE

555 Palmer Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11205 222-555-5555

SUMMARY

Chief legal officer of an industrial manufacturing company with over 20 years of practice experience in corporate law, mergers and acquisitions, litigation management, and complex commercial contracts. Experience includes attorney training, budget management, and outside counsel oversight.

EXPERIENCE

Transactional Experience

* Negotiated and drafted legal documents for thousands of manufacturing projects with commercial, state, local and federal customers around the world.

* Designed and implemented a contract review and contract administration system for a business featuring more than 5,000 active, unique contracts.

Mergers & Acquisitions

* Completed over 50 separate acquisitions domestically totaling more than $1 billion in aggregate purchase price.

* Completed mergers and acquisitions internationally, in countries including France, Germany, China, Brazil and Mexico.

Litigation Management

* Managed a litigation portfolio of nearly 100 active lawsuits or claims in a variety of countries and legal jurisdictions.

* Resolved complex claims and litigation, including several claims in excess of $100 million.

Legal Department Management

* Responsible for a legal department budget, internal and external, of approximately $20 million.

* Hired, trained and supervised a staff of ten lawyers plus five support staff to handle the complex legal affairs of the company.

WORK HISTORY

Manufacturing Company, Brooklyn, NY
General Counsel, 1999 – Present

Law Firm, New York, NY
Associate, 1989 – Present

EDUCATION

Fordham School of Law, New York, NY
J.D., 1989

New York University, New York, NY
B.A., English, 1986

BAR ADMISSION

New York (1989)