Karl Heideck is a skilled lawyer who specializes in compliance practices and risk management from the Great Philadelphia Area. Karl has skills in legal writing, product liability, legal research, and corporate law.
Currently, he serves as the contract attorney at Grant & Eisenhofer, PA. He reviewed discovery materials for bank litigation and complex securities fraud. Before that, Karl was the project attorney at Pepper Hamilton, LLP. Karl Heideck was responsible for examining materials for trial preparation and fact investigation.
Karl Heideck also served as an associate at Conrad O’Brien from January 2010 to August 2010. He represented corporate clients in commercial litigation, including SEC receivership and toxic tort defense. Academically, Karl has a degree in English and Literature from Swarthmore College. He later graduated with honors from Tempe University Beasley School of Law.
Insights of a Litigator
A litigator is a trial attorney who negotiates disputes in court. Litigators specialize in different fields, for instance, real estate, personal injury, and contracts. They work in law firms, businesses, and government agencies. Additionally, an excellent litigator requires a strong educational background, creativity, and flexibility when tackling new challenges.
Academic Requirements to become a Litigator
First, you obtain a degree in law from an accredited institution. Later, you take the LSAT (Law School Admission Test), which is a standardized exam that evaluates the reading ability, the analytical and logical reasoning of the student. Further, students who qualify to be admitted to law schools encounter some factors. They include grade point average, the LSAT scores, and extracurricular activities. Law school takes three years when it is on a full-time basis.
An aspiring lawyer cannot practice law without a licensed. The licensing conditions include graduating from a recognized law school and excelling in the bar exam. The last step entails seeking employment. Litigation lawyers can seek opportunities in trials and court proceedings to familiarize themselves with the process.