Toni Jaeger-Fine – Becoming A Lawyer


Toni Jaeger-Fine, assistant dean for international and non-J.D. programs at Fordham Law, appeared in a Nassau Community College radio episode where she discusses her new book, Becoming A Lawyer.

I have been working with law students and with attorneys for decades, and, year after year, time after time, I see—even among incredibly bright attorneys, really talented people who have degrees from some of the best law schools in the country—a range of persistent deficits and shortcomings, and I started to think about them in a disciplined way, and it’s those shortcomings that I wrote about in this book dealing mostly with professionalism.

Listen to the full podcast.


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