Anonymous User wrote:Anonymous User wrote:If you do IP litigation at Quinn or any other firm, are you too specialized to really exit into another practice later?
I am not in practice or anything, but from what I understand it is a relatively special circumstance where a litigator switches to transactional practice after a few years. If you are concerned about being unsure of what you want to do, there are firms that let you, or force you, to rotate through their practice areas during the SA program.
I meant switch from IP litigation to general civil litigation or even criminal litigation, in government or small practice. I've heard of people switching from civil to criminal, but they seem like different practices so I'm not sure how that worked out.