Jim Maloney, who practiced for more than 40 years at Baker Botts and, most recently, Andrews Kurth, described a number of factors that led him to leave Big Law to set out on his own, including dealing with client conflicts. He says he has a lot of trials left in him.
“There is nothing in the world as fun as trying cases. There is nothing like the feeling when a jury comes back and says you are right . . .
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