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Ca. Labor & Emp't Rev. July 2018, Volume 32 No. 4

Message From the Chair

By Thomas A. Lenz

Thomas Lenz is a partner in the Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo law firm (Cerritos and Pasadena offices). He advises and represents employers on labor and employment law. He attended Marquette University (B.A.) and Louisiana State University Law Center (J.D.). He began his career with National Labor Relations Board Region 21 (Los Angeles). He teaches at the USC Gould School of Law. Serving the Section since 2012, he has participated in conferences and presentations as well as programming and appearances on the Your Legal Rights radio show (KALW-FM 91.7 San Francisco and www.kalw.org) on topics of workplace law.

THINGS I LEARNED BETTER AFTER LAW SCHOOL WHICH HELPED ME AS A LABOR/EMPLOYMENT LAWYER

This year makes 30 years that I have been a licensed attorney. I graduated law school knowing I would need to pass a bar exam to call myself an attorney. The hurdle of the bar exam was easier to clear with the help of others, study partners, BAR-BRI, and the guidance of an excellent faculty. With a bar card and the ability to call myself an attorney, it took time to realize there was still a lot left to learn. And the process continues today.

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