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But no one can tell you the severity of the issue without any specifics regarding the conduct. Getting fired is never a good thing for C&F, but the reason for the firing is the key element in the C&F determination.
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Hi OP. Sorry to hear you are going through this. One question: are you (1) already a lawyer who is likely about to be fired, or (2) a law student who is likely about to be fired from a job you are working during law school? (I ask because you posted this in the Law School Students forum, and it strikes me that the advice you will get may be different depending on whether you are in or out of school.)Anonymous5467 wrote: ↑Wed Jan 20, 2021 7:19 pmI won’t go into detail but I’m like 80-90% sure I am going to be fired for something at my job and I am freaking out because the reason why is a C&F issue I think. Will I ever be able to find work again in the profession? Should I quit before I am fired? I am literally falling apart. I made a mistake and then it snowballed into a big fucking mistake.
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