ALSA Meet Your Future

Adjudication, Litigation and the Law

October 26, 2010

           All of us came to law school for many different reasons, and we all have different career goals. Nevertheless, there are many kinds of career paths and options for us regarding the practice of law. Some of us may already have a clue about what kind of lawyer we would like to be in the future while the rest have no idea at all. Moreover, most of us are probably not clear about how to prepare ourselves to become the kind of lawyers we want to be, what challenges we might encounter on our way ahead, or what our life would be like after practicing as lawyers we want to be.

           The Asian Law Students Association (ALSA) is pleased to invite everyone to join us for a panel discussion presented by Mr. Nicholas Blesch, Mr. Matthew Butcher and Mr. Jason Flora titled “Adjudication, Litigation and the Law” on Thursday, October 28 at 4:30 p.m. in room 300. Mr. Blesch is an administrative law judge for the Indiana Department of Workforce Development, and the various focuses and background in administrative law drew him to choose to focus on administrative law; Mr. Butcher concentrates his practice on insurance defense litigation and enjoys his work and life as a litigation attorney; and Mr. Flora primarily represents clients in criminal defense, immigration matters, personal injury, bankruptcy and family law. For more information about our three guest speakers, please refer to the following pages on our ALSA website:

Nicholas Blesch: Networking

Matthew Butcher: “Find Something That You Enjoy”

Jason Flora: Attorney Describes Immigration Practice and Development of Clientele

           In this panel, Mr. Blesch, Mr. Butcher and Mr. Flora will pierce the veil of legal practice for us and lead us to discover the mystery of law practice. They will share with us about the work and life in their practice. They will also provide their advice for law students and everyone who is interesting in their practice fields. The panel should last an hour and 30 minutes. Time for Q&A will be reserved.


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October 26, 2010




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