How good can you be?
At Johnson, Ayers & Matthews, you will not have to wait eight to ten years to find out.
- You will meet clients to give them advice — not to sit and listen.
- You will attend depositions to examine witnesses — not to take notes.
- You will go to court to argue — not to carry someone’s briefcase.
- You will compete with your adversaries — not with other attorneys at the firm.
While an associate, some of the best trial lawyers in the Commonwealth will help you learn how to become a master of the courtroom. Also, you will learn about landlord tenant, fair housing, and real estate law from attorneys who conduct seminars for judges on these topics. If this type of practice appeals to you, then either contact or send your resumé to Brian Brydges.