At Turning Point Litigation, we seek to learn about and engage with our community and our world. As part of this, one member of our team chooses a book for all us to read and we pay attention to current challenges and issues.

Right now we are reading:

How Many People Does it Take to Make a Difference by Dan Zadra & Kobi Yamada

Join us. Have an idea about a book we should read or other thoughts to share? Email us at  reading@turningpointlit.com.

We have a heart of service that extends to our clients and beyond. We serve and volunteer in a variety of ways, all with the aim of improving our profession and our community. As an example, we serve our profession with our leadership within the North Carolina and Greensboro Bar Associations; and we serve our community with our participation in service projects and charitable donations.

Are you a college student or recent graduate thinking about a profession in law? Are you a law student in need of practical skills or concerned about a life after law school? At Turning Point Litigation, we take the obligation to provide a vibrant and engaging profession for the next generation seriously. Legal work is a noble profession and a cornerstone of our democracy. We want to do our part to make sure it stays that way.

One of the ways we do that is by opening our doors and our minds to students or recent graduates interested in gaining insight and practical skills about legal practice. This isn’t about making money, although we will pay you for your time. This is about knowledge and learning—and empowering you with real skills as you move forward toward law school or into our profession. You will learn. You will work hard. And we bet you will love every minute. Interested? Send a letter of interest and your resume to  mentoring@turningpointlit.com.

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