"No fear of flying" for paralegals

Have you ever looked into aviation law?

"How many legal practices offer the chance to explore professionally what you enjoy doing personally? Thankfully, a good part of our practice does. For those who love airplanes and flying, aviation litigation offers that opportunity.

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The Morrison & Foerster Aviation Team consists of a dozen lawyers and paralegals handling the defense of all manner of aviation cases on a national -- and sometimes international -- basis. The members of the group are very active in the U.S. aviation bar, a relatively small group of practitioners who generally get along well together.

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"Aviation litigation is a stimulating and interesting way to practice law for those who love aircraft and have a curiosity about what makes them fly -- and sometimes abruptly stop flying. You get to be the investigator and figure out what happened, and if the case goes to trial, which they often do, you have the opportunity to square off against some of the most talented trial lawyers in the country to convince the jury your conclusions are right."